WorldWide Breastfeeding Week

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 →

A letter to Emma

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 →

A Mothers Rant

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 →

It’s never to late to Walk in Love

The first thing I read this morning was that 50 people had been killed, and 53 had been injured by a shooter at a popular LGTB club in Orlando.  I didn't have an overwhelming initial reaction because I've become quite numb to these news stories.  It seems close to every election, every major decision-making time in... Continue Reading →

The Breastfeeding Battle

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 →

Super Boobs

We are women.  We are a mammal.  We are created to nurse our young.  It's encoded deep inside our DNA to produce life-giving substance for our babies.  It's, what I think, is a women's most fascinating feature.  I did not always feel this way.  Up until I got pregnant last year, I knew very little... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: