Last week I opened up about how I felt like my writing was losing its value, and how I was feeling very lost and like I was drifting from myself and the goals I had set for myself. I decided it was time to focus on a journey back to myself. I need to workContinue reading “Taking the small steps first.”
I don’t know about where you are, but summer break is only a few weeks away here. I have to tell you I am both excited and not excited at the same time summer break is weeks on end of: “hey mom can I have another snack” “he’s being rude to me mom” “mom” “moooooooom”Continue reading “Mom’s Sumer break survival Guide.”
Now if you read that and thought wow that doesn’t sound like a very easy task. Well, my friend, you would be right. It’s not exactly easy, it can be downright exhausting. But it has to be done, there’s not always the opportunity to go while the bigger ones are in school, or simply becauseContinue reading “Going out with four kids in tow.”
You see it on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter, “HOW TO LOSE YOUR MOM POUCH IN TWO WEEKS” “DO THIS 3 TIMES A DAY TO LOSE THAT EXTRA BABY WEIGHT” and so on. I don’t know about you but I’m so tired of it, social media has made it so taboo to have extra skin,Continue reading “How to lose your “Mom pouch”-a statement I’m so tired of hearing.”
6 women who share their stories on pregnancy and all the ways that need to be talked about to get to motherhood.
For some reason in the world we live in as soon and someone finds out a women is pregnant. It’s as if they are all of a sudden looked at as a whole new entity. People go from looking at you as helpful, and capable to this delicate flower that will crumble From wind. OnceContinue reading “But you’re a mom.”
It’s more and more common these days for women to open up about the struggles they are having as a mother. It is absolutely brilliant, and the type of progress that we as women need to know we aren’t alone in our struggles. However, there seems to be a sad reality to this. And thatContinue reading “You aren’t a bad mom.”
The words that meant the most to hear from a few mothers.
People always want to tell you what’s best for you and you’re family. But at the end of the day you know your family best, you don’t have to take any advice that doesn’t serve you purpose.
Looking back on my first pregnancy, even my second… possibly even my third. (sometimes I don’t just don’t learn till the fourth time around I guess.) There are so many things I wish I knew.