Posts Tagged ‘Motherhood’

More Than Just A Stay At Home Mom

Another diaper change, another tantrum to tame, another load of laundry to fold, another meal to make, another day.  Is that all we do? Is that all I’m meant for? Lets change that tone. I get to change my own child’s diaper, I get to walk them through emotional distress, I get to keep my…

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5 Easy Tips On Staying Organized

You wake up. The dishes are piled high, toys all over the living room, pull-ups/diapers dispersed throughout the house, laundry to fold for days, why even get out of bed?! When I wake up in the morning and have to play “catch up” from the day before, my Feng shui is out the window and…

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What No One Told You About Having Twins

There I was, 8 months pregnant with twins. The days were long and the nights were longer.  I couldn’t sleep anymore, couldn’t pee with out my legs going numb, my ankles were so swollen I could shed a tear just thinking about it ( literally scared my pedicurist when I removed my boots), I had…

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Parenting Tips I Learned From A Psychologist

Becoming a new parent is really a crazy experience. Then figuring out how you are going to discipline your kids is a whole other experience! My husband and I had a rough game plan when it came to parenting/discipline. All we really had to go off of was a handful of things our parents did…

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Breastfeeding with Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex

Breastfeeding is one of the most debated topics in motherhood. Your baby is more important that your sanity. Your sanity is more important than your baby. I love breastfeeding, it’s a beautiful natural way to connect with my baby. I hate breastfeeding, it doesn’t feel natural. There is no right way to feel about breastfeeding.…

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