Tricia Koebel

Tricia Koebel
Tricia Koebel is a native of the St. Louis area who currently lives in Wildwood, Missouri with her husband of 11 years and two young children. She works part-time as a pediatric oncology nurse, working around her husband’s job as a firefighter so they can be home with their kids. Tricia and her husband own a small cattle farm in Rosebud. She loves spending time with family and friends, volunteering at her kids’ schools, crafting, eating El Maguey, watching movies, and traveling.

Mom’s Guide to Fitness Centers with Childcare

A new year is upon us, and with a new year comes resolutions. One of the most common resolutions people set for themselves is to exercise and eat better. One of the best times...
a mom holding her baby as they visit with their pediatrician

Tips on Finding the Best Pediatrician for Your Family

  When it comes to our kids, we want the best for them. It can be hard to make decisions that impact our children, especially when we want the best for them. This includes a...
a pair of cochlear implants

Hearing Awareness: “What?”

  It was a distinct scratching noise that stopped me suddenly. It was an unmistakable sound that caused my head to turn its way quickly, trying to pinpoint what was behind it. I could see...
a gift tag on an evergreen branch that reads, “this will be my best year ever” to symbolize new year’s resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions Tips

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a young girl in the doctor’s office, sipping medicine from a small paper cup

Tips on Giving Medicine to Your Child

We could all use some tips for getting our kids to take their medicine!     Fall is here, and with fall usually comes an uptick of flu and cold viruses. Unfortunately, kids like to share germs,...
a yellow ribbon with the words, “childhood cancer awareness month"

Raising a Child With Cancer

 September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.      “Your child has cancer.” These are four of the scariest words a parent could hear out of a doctor’s mouth. Every 3 minutes, parents hear these words. From that moment...
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National Minority Donor Awareness Month

      Organ and blood donation is a cause that is near and dear to my heart. Not only have I had 20 more years with my grandfather, thanks to the generous and selfless gift of...