It was becoming evident in photos of our baby that his forehead was very round and protruding, and his temples looked "pinched" into his head. He also had a very marked flat spot on the back right side of his long and narrow head shape. I brought up my concerns, and I was told not to worry about it. But I did.
Nurse. Farm Wife. Boy Mom of 3.
Sarah Schultz is a Registered Nurse, farm wife, boy mom to Braden, Ethan and Jonathan, and blogger for 7 years. She’s passionate about photography, cooking, baking, and agriculture. She lives with her family on their acreage east of Calgary where they farm wheat, canola and yellow peas. You can read her blog Nurse Loves Farmer.
It's unclear if the potential fluid milk from the United States would be blended with Canadian milk, or any number of possibilities -- from what I gather, these stories on news outlets are all speculation and prospect, as nothing has been proverbially set in stone at this time.
10/27/2015 12:04 EDT
As a farming family, it's really depressing to see a year's worth of planning just baking away in the fields, losing your profit and losing your yields every day. So, trying not to worry about our crops more than we are, a little humour to lighten the mood...
07/17/2015 12:42 EDT
I have said it before and I'll say it again: I cannot stand this type of advertising and labeling---it is misleading. Why is it misleading, you ask? Because there is no GMO wheat on the market or in our food chain and food labels should not confuse a customer.
03/20/2014 09:50 EDT
I could get vicious, but I always remember that our words can heal and be life-giving or they can be hurtful weapons -- so I strive to abide my the former. Fighting fire with fire just doesn't get anyone anywhere and if the naysayers keep coming at me with negativity, in the end it makes them look disrespectful.
02/19/2014 01:40 EST
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