Rebecca Reitz

Rebecca Reitz is an occupational therapist and mama with a passion for helping people live more fully in every life stage. She is blessed by her current role as a wife and mom to three little ones who warm her heart with their sweet songs, prolific artwork, and bringing her a beloved stuffy when she’s feeling blue. When she’s not momming, she enjoys a good ol' Wisconsin supper club date night, a hike in the woods, kayaking the Chain ‘O Lakes, bonfires with friends, crafting, and eating street tacos. Finding beauty, creating, adventure, learning, nature, and forming strong relationships are values that weave throughout her writing.

A FREE Family Outing to Winneconne’s Historical Society Museum Village

Take a Sunday afternoon stroll with your family this summer at Winneconne’s Marble Lake park and the FREE Historical Society Museum Village! Here you’ll take a step back in time as you gaze upon the artifacts of Winneconne’s past. This little village of museum buildings offer a variety of old-time experiences. From hundreds of antique …

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Where to Find Your Village as a New Mom!

You welcome a new bundle of joy into your home and everything gets turned upside-down! Your sleeping, eating, showering, working, and all-around living, all take on a new schedule to accommodate your sweet babe’s needs. And once you settle into a new routine of home life and work, you might also notice a huge shift …

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10 Tips for Moms Who Are New To (Or Soon-To-Be) Breastfeeding

Congratulations, Mama! You’ve spent nine months earnestly waiting for your little bundle of joy to arrive on the scene, and your baby’s due date could not arrive any sooner. While you may be excited and more than ready to put this whole pregnancy gig behind you, you might also find yourself a bit anxious to …

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Our Best Tips to Relax & Rock on with Potty Training!?

You’ve made it through baby’s first year and are now gliding through age one into the beginning of toddlerhood with your sweet child. Soon enough, you’ll wake up and find yourself with a soon-to-be two-year-old looking back at you. And, the million-dollar question may already well be on your mind: ‘When is my child going …

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Horicon Marsh: Exploring Wisconsin’s Bird Paradise with your Family

The Horicon Marsh & National Wildlife Refuge is an excellent, nearby option for your family to get up close and personal with the thousands of waterfowl & wildlife who come to visit its waters. This birding paradise was first created by glacial activity in Wisconsin. Throughout the years, the area was inhabited by native tribes …

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Celebration of Lights Oshkosh

Community Generosity Shines Brightly at Oshkosh’s Own Celebration of Lights

One of Oshkosh’s most-anticipated community holiday traditions is right around the corner! Celebration of Lights, held annually at beautiful Menominee Park along Lake Winnebago in Oshkosh, kicks off its beloved holiday light display season on November 26th. Every year, over 16,000 vehicles drive through the park to enjoy the nearly 1 million lights that illuminate …

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I Think My Baby is Ready for Solid Food: What Do I Do Next?

Whew! You’ve made it past the first few exhausting, and cuddly, months with a newborn baby. Congratulations! As your baby begins to sit up better and show more interest in what you’re eating, you’ll probably start to wonder, how and when do I introduce solid foods? The best way to feed babies has been a …

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Fostering Age Appropriate Independence in Young Children Ages Birth to 8 years

Having a child who is able to do as much for themselves as possible is definitely an asset to smoother daily functioning in any family, but what does that actually look like and how do you get there? Truth be told, children innately love autonomy and responsibility, but finding what is developmentally and emotionally appropriate …

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