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When I Failed to Recognize his Anxiety

Dear sweet not-so-baby boy, I’m writing this letter to you as an apology. You are beyond a doubt the sweetest, most kind-hearted, gentle soul I have ever met. I’m so sorry for what I have done over your past 8 years, and I’m sorry for what I have not done. Kellen Thomas, you mean the […]

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Losing Your Identity in Motherhood

Losing Your Identity In Motherhood

Something happens when you give birth. Your heart grows a million times bigger than you ever thought possible. Things you never worried about, now became an obsessive paranoia. You begin to take pride in the littlest things and major accomplishments are redefined as successful trips to the grocery store without meltdowns or getting to shave […]

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Calling for a Mom Uprising!

Society’s perception of women and mothers really makes me lose my mind. Let me pull out my soapbox for just a minute here … We are lead to believe in a competition … a MOM-petition, if I may. I don’t know about you, but from my little corner of the world NOTHING is clearly black […]

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