Seattle, Serendipity, Monday, October 27, 6 pm

OK, there were more preferences for Serendipity Cafe, so I went with that.

I called and made a reservation, under Moxie, for 6 pm. Come if you can, with or without kids.

Here's the info (address and map) for Serendipty Cafe. It's at 3222 West McGraw Street, between 32nd Ave W and 33rd Ave W. 206-282-9866.

Can't wait to see you!

19 thoughts on “Seattle, Serendipity, Monday, October 27, 6 pm”

  1. Moxie, sorry to have missed you this evening, both my daughter and I are not feeling well. I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for Ask Moxie! It has been a wonderful source of information and community. I only wish I had found it sooner. Nevertheless, the information on developmental spurts, various book recommendations, and T-Tapp have all been very helpful. I started T-Tapp and meditation(http://www.centerpointe.com/)right before my daughter’s first birthday, and together these have drastically improved my sense of well being in the past 6 months. Thank you so much for all that you do. Sorry to have missed the chance to thank you in person. Kind regards and many thanks.

  2. Me too! I was really looking forward to meeting you and thanking you for the site, your support and your recommendations. Instead I kicked my husband out of the house over the weekend. Enough said.

  3. Thank you so much, Moxie! It was wonderful to meet you and some other local Moxie-ites!Sorry again that my daughter smeared applesauce on your sweater. 🙂

  4. Kathy, ha! I think it won’t soak in because my son’s smeared a protective layer of butter on that sweater already.Alma, are you OK? Congratulations on the decision, but I’m sorry you had to make it.
    Jennifer, feel better!

  5. Thanks, Moxie. I am going to be okay. I can’t say my heart has fully committed to the divorce route yet, but I don’t see any other logical decision when I look frankly at the facts of my marriage, or my husband’s response to being tossed. It’s just hard to let the make-believe run out.

  6. I’m sorry I have no thoughts or aidvce to share that will help you, but I’m going through the same debates in my head. I want my children close together, but how could I possibly rob my little guy of the time he is getting with me, by bringing another baby into the house. How could I possible love the other child as much? How would I have the time?Plus there’s all the breastfeeding issues too. I’m still feeding and haven’t had my periods back yet. So would I need to stop feeding in order to even get pregnant? And if I did fall pregnant while still feeding, how would I make it work?Decisions, decisions. But I think the resounding answer is always that you’ll cope, that you have more than enough love to go round, and that if it’s meant to be then you work it out. Not that that helps the little control freak hiding out in me who just wants an answer. xLucy at Dear Beautiful Boy recently posted..

  7. I found out about the BRC through a cuellagoe at work who is very passionate about the organization. I know what it’s like needing an ear at 11pm because your child won’t latch or just need to talk to someone who can relate. A very worthy non-profit in our area that is an excellent resource for Moms.

  8. Here’s some reasons that I’ve found when reeisrchangIt’s always available.(obviously we know some woman struggle)It’s free.It contains active infection-fighting white blood cells and natural chemicals that give increased protection against infections in the first months, when these can be the most serious.It contains the perfect proportion of nutrients that your baby needs, including protein, carbohydrates, fat, and calcium.It is easily digestible.It may protect against allergies and asthma in the future.It may decrease a baby’s risk of obesity in the future.It may contain some fatty acids that promote brain development.Breastfeeding can help new mothers lose weight more easilyI’m going to do my best to try to breastfeed.

  9. There isn’t anything wrong with folmura. I think the slogans are what gets most women. “Breast is BEST” like if they aren’t breastfeeding then obviously they don’t want the BEST for their baby. See how that could rub people the wrong way?I mean, we all know breastmilk is better than folmura, but sometimes it’s not the best option.I did breastfeed for a year because I was making too much money for WIC, but not enough to spend $22 a can for folmura.

  10. I voted in both polls. My oldest two were waneed at 12mo each and I was very careful at the time IF I NIP to cover my whole torso. With my third son I NIP more frequently but wasn’t too concerned with using a blanket over baby’s head; but I also sat in my car alot to nurse openly before going in any store. I planned on nursing him longer but he waneed at 13mo due to me being 4mo pregnant and he didn’t like the colostrum. I now nurse all the time in public only using the sling to hold him or the doubled-up shirt like a previous poster mentioned (tank top underneath to hide my belly and short pulled up), and plan to go to 2yrs he’s only 6mo now.

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