Shelby Stover
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Alright ladies. I just succumbed to twitter. GAH. Looking at my feed it seems exactly like instagram. Can I not tweet without pictures? All of my feed seems to have a pic attached and I was hoping I…Continue

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Hey Hey,I really want to add a blog to all the lovely articles in the club here but berfore I do.. does it have to be a new blog? or can it be already one on my site? I wasn't sure what the etiquette…Continue

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Hi, I'm Shelby! By trade I'm a strength coach, nutrition coach and dance instructor! I'm also a chronic foodie and mama to an adorable little monster.

My blog showcases my attempts (and fails!) at creating a holistic, natural home & lifestyle. I want my daughter to grow up strong, confident and full of laughter each and every day.

I believe that fitness should be fun, food should be deceivingly healthy and parenting will never be easy so you might as well enjoy the stumbles!
I have been blogging since...

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Resistance Training For Beginners - 5 Tips

Posted on June 28, 2017 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Resistance Training For Beginners - 5 Tips

Resistance training comes with a host of benefits, not limited to improving you strength, physique and abilities. Learning to train properly and effectively are the keys to long term success. But as a beginner you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed as to how to start (though using your …


Homemade Crunchy Almond Granola

Posted on June 14, 2017 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Homemade Crunchy Almond Ganola

Along with pancakes, granola is a staple in our house! And the crunchier the better! We use granola on top of yogurt, smoothie bowls and in place of cereal. Not only does homemade granola make a tasty addition but the inclusion of all the healthy fats keeps us…


Fast & Effective At Home Arm Workout

Posted on May 31, 2017 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Fast & Effective At Home Arm Workout

Chances are your days are booked solid with to-do lists, activities, planning and life. I feel you, mine is too. Which doesn't leave a lot of room for fitness. Or working out in general. (Though here are a few tips you can use to find time for…


Lemon Blueberry Fruit & Nut Bar

Posted on May 17, 2017 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Lemon Blueberry Fruit & Nut Bar

Having snacks (like muffins or energy balls) stocked in the freezer is a pretty big necessity for me. And these lemon blueberry fruit and nut bar are perfect for just that.…


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At 1:16pm on December 9, 2016, 20m6eh3s7wz7w20m6eh3s7wz7w said…

Hi Shelby, oh, so sorry to hear you had to pump and struggled with low milk supply. Sounds like it was a real mission . Congratulations on working so hard to give your baby 5 months of breast milk. Every drop matters. I admire your dedication under tricky circumstances. I never worked out how to pump... but I was lucky...  I didn't have to.

I had all the right advice before I set out breastfeeding (great antenatal classes with an IBCLC). As a result I knew all the tricks to help me set up my milk supply in the first 6 weeks (ideally natural birth, no meds, no epidural, skin to skin directly birth, demand feeding rather than scheduling feeds etc), and so I had an oversupply of milk at first.  Plus my son loved nursing -

 Plus my son loved nursing - still does (he turned 3 on 3 October).  My plan is to keep feeding him until he weans himself, which is starting to happen. It's a gradual process though. Some days he feeds a lot and other days hardly at all.  Sometimes I say no to a feed now, (if it's an awkward social situation) and he's (usually) cool with that. He still goes down on a feed and likes to wake to a feed, but sleeps through the night now.

Sorry... rambling on... you got me on my favourite subject... he he... xx

At 5:22am on December 8, 2016, 20m6eh3s7wz7w20m6eh3s7wz7w said…

Aw, thanks for yet another awesome message, Shelby! Glad you love happyhumanpacifier.  I see you're a pumping Mommy.  Still nursing/pumping? 

At 1:12pm on December 7, 2016, 20m6eh3s7wz7w20m6eh3s7wz7w said…

Hi Shelby, thanks so much for your lovely message.  I just popped onto your blog and left you a comment. Loved your article on Baby Led Weaning.  Your blog is fab!  Keep in touch. xx


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