My oldest child is heading to college this fall. That translates in mom talk to, “Friends beware. Spontaneous ugly cries may occur.” It also means I’ve gotten a little bit (okay… a lot bit) sentimental.
On occasion I wonder how soon the unearthly amount of sugar I consume in a day will kill me.
There are plenty of loved ones that could use these same simple acts in their life -- and it won't kill you to do them. Trust me. If I can do it, so can you.
Mamas—raise your hand if you’ve found yourself stressed out in the last week? Day? Hour?
Dear Anxiety, I see you.
If you are like me, I read many friends and strangers post #MeToo and it's taken a lot to process it all.
The struggle is REAL.
My son was diagnosed with ADHD at 8 years old. I knew something was different from the moment he was born.
I had no idea when I brought home our teeny tiny bundle that the biggest controversy we would encounter was how my husband and I chose to handle nighttime feedings. As in, we’d both be up taking care of our son. Together.
Motherhood is this vulnerable place.
This latest video. It melts my heart into a giant puddle. Sure, I may have a soft spot for twin baby girls but oh. my. heart.
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It was my dream! How do you leave that behind?
When I first became a foster mom I had a dream. In my dream I was holding and cuddling and loving a darling baby, feeling so proud to finally be a mother. But I soon realized something was wrong.
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Some breadwinner moms carry resentment that the choice wasn't theirs. Others wish their partners did more at home to balance things out.
Declare your love for someone with a two-hour screening of one of these 20 romantic movies on Netflix.
This stunning short video reminds us of the power of love.