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Hi there! Thanks for checking out my website.

I’m Rebekah Nicole, a mumma, writer, doula, childcare provider, and sociology student living in Elora, ON.

I’d like this blog to be a place where folks can discuss and share ideas, information and resources with folks in their community. Please feel welcome to comment or discuss anything you read! 🙂

I post about a variety of topics close to my heart – which have recently expanded to include baby-wearing, cloth diapers, and homemade organic “baby-food,” since the birth of my daughter Aira in 2013. I like to stay active by walking, jogging, horse riding, long boarding, and doing yoga. I love growing food. Four very important members of my family are canine and feline. I like to keep things simple.  I try my best to avoid passing judgement, and be aware of how my words and actions affect those around me. I like hugs and laughter. I really enjoy reading unpublished writers, and sometimes host writing contests. I’m learning to become less dependent on capital by making clothes, growing food, and doing work that helps me to feel fulfilled.

If we’ve got something in common, you’re in the right place, and I recommend you hit that “follow” button that’s beckoning you! If you are looking for a doula, or would like to find out more about what a doula is, check out this page.  Or Find out details of my home childcare,  check out my product line, which includes baby bum balm, massage oils (for baby or mum), natural gardener’s hand scrub or moisturizer, mittens (for babies and toddlers), cat toys (organic catnip & reused fabrics), coasters (hand knitted with love).

Also, it’d make me really happy if you read the synopsis or a free preview of my recently published YA fantasy romance, the Crashes of Waves.

Risen from the ashes, born of the waves.

“The mermaid was different, and not just because of her ‘mythical’ connections. Her opinions were strong, and she didn’t seem to think in the same way the people around her did. Sometimes she felt as though she was just on a completely different wavelength to everyone else, living in some kind of parallel universe.”

When Leila starts at her new school she falls madly and irrevocably in love with the charismatic and mysterious Vulcan Kevlar. However, Vulcan is keeping a huge secret from Leila, which he knows he has no choice but to let her in on when he realizes that her life is in serious jeopardy, along with the well-being of the entire human race.

Rebekah Nicole is a young fantasy author living in Guelph, Ontario. Rebekah’s passions other than writing include her daughter Kasaira, longboarding, reading, horses, and spending time with her friends (including her dog Fawkes and three cats Judy Jadine and Achilles).

Rebekah was born in 1992 in Portsmouth, England, and lived in Rockville, Maryland before moving to Canada. Rebekah has written since she was a child, when she began a series of short stories featuring a group of children who dedicate their lives around helping animals in need. She began her first novel, the Crashes of Waves, when she was fourteen.