My own dear mom, who somehow survived parenthood without Google, e-books, Facebook forums, cell phones, or even her own mother, had the best words of wisdom for me when I gave birth to my son.
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“I’m not here to brag or rub it in your face. I know. I know how hard it is to have supply issues as I have seen it firsthand, and my heart goes out to you. Nothing in the motherhood job is easy.”
To the mom who feels invisible, remember you are their mother and you are more valuable and visible than you will ever know.
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It seems society forgets that moms have a brain that includes more than our children. Yes, they occupy quite a bit, but we thrive on being well rounded. I personally love challenging myself outside of parenthood and I think my children are better for it. If motherhood has taught me anything, it’s that I have […]
As many working moms know, the guilt is always there, sometimes quiet, sometimes gnawing at your heart, but always hovering in the background.
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All eye-rolling over suspected photo staging and possible humblebrags aside, maybe it’s not up to us to make the call on what #blessed means to someone else or to overanalyze whether or not they’re #trulyblessed in our eyes.
It’s hard to look down at the huge incision that was made to birth your baby, and know that it’s a permanent battle scar. Take heart mama, you are not alone. Treat it like a trophy, and embrace it!