At some point in the beginning of my time as a mom, I wrote about my wants and my needs as a mother. Oh, here's the link; What you need. What I know now, is these things shift as Emma ages. So, as I was talking to my friend who is about to have twins,... Continue Reading →
Here's a shout out to the single, married moms. Here's to the moms who have husbands that work all day, then come home at night, leaving you to fend for yourself and baby all alone. Here's to the moms who balance house cleaning, laundry, dinner cooking, dirty diapers, feeding a kid, errand running, and bath... Continue Reading →
Lately, I have been thinking about what life would be like it I never had you. I look at you, and it’s like you have always been with me. It’s almost as if these last 6 months have be… Source: What If...
Lately, I have been thinking about what life would be like it I never had you. I look at you, and it's like you have always been with me. It's almost as if these last 6 months have been the last 36 years of my life, and I've known you forever. I'm sure my life... Continue Reading →
There are a million random celebrated weeks/months/days thru the year, and so when I stumbled upon Worldwide Breastfeeding Week, I didn't really care. But, all of a sudden, it dawned on me that this is a very important week for a lot of people, myself included. There are so many untold breastfeeding stories, so many... Continue Reading →
Baby Girl, It's a dark, and violent world we are living in. I don't know at what point in life you will read these blogs, but I can only imagine things are going to get worse before they ever get better. I hope this is not the case, but it seems to be the way... Continue Reading →
You know what makes moms go crazy? No time to themselves! Being a full-time mom is such a blessing, and I am so grateful I no longer have to schlep from airport to airport and store to store, but dang it, I need some time alone! I guess I didn't really consider the fact that... Continue Reading →
I am perplexed by the men in my life who are uncomfortable with breastfeeding. I do understand that I am far more free-spirited than most of my immediate family. I am very comfortable in my skin. It took many years for me to become the girl who was not scared to change in front of... Continue Reading →