Therese’s Baby on Board: Nearing the end, beginning a better journey

Aside from the grumbling of my dishwasher, it's quiet in my condo as I sit at my kitchen counter, trying to think of something...

Therese’s Baby on Board: Hatch watch 2017

If you live here in Southwest Florida, there's a good chance you've been following along with one of our top stories for weeks now...

Therese’s Baby on Board – Ready to welcome the greatest gift

There's no doubt: It's the season of giving. A time of year when we pause to reflect, take a step away from ourselves and...

Therese’s Baby on Board: Namaste in shape

Breathe in the good, breathe out the bad. That is - if you can still breathe easily. It's getting more and more difficult by the day...

Therese’s Baby on Board: Grateful and growing

'Tis the season. Take a scroll down your Facebook news feed and I'm sure it'll be chock full of "what I'm thankful for this...

Therese’s Baby on Board: You’re never fully dressed without thick skin

If there's anything I've learned in the first 29 weeks of pregnancy, it's that now is the time to start building mental toughness. I'd expect...

Therese’s Baby on Board: The beginning of the end

The end is near. It's the kind of "near" you have to wait three months to get to, but nonetheless, near. I've been anxiously awaiting...

Therese’s Baby on Board: Mom the builder

I made two new best friends recently: Allen and Phillip. I've known them for a while, but we really bonded this past weekend. These two helped...

Therese’s Baby on Board: What’s in a name?

"That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." At least, according to William Shakespeare. In my family, a "Rose" is...

Therese’s Baby on Board: Honeymoon Baby

April 23, 2016. The day we tied the knot. Said "I do." Strapped on the old ball and chain. You get the picture. Sometime within days of what, at...

Therese’s Baby on Board: News, naps and nesting

nest - nest/ - verb: gerund or present participle: nesting 1.    (of a bird or other animal) use or build a nest. "The...

Therese’s Baby on Board: Reporting for two

It's Wednesday morning and I'm taking a minute to sit and have some breakfast at my desk in the newsroom. It's a rare moment of...