Motherhood: The Most Important Quality

Some days are good, some days are hard. Some days I kick booty at this whole mom thing. I wake up before the sun rises, work out, get the girls fed, all the chores / shopping done, teach Harleigh something rad and have a stellar dinner on the table at a decent hour. Other days, […]

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A Letter To The Imperfect Mom

To all the Moms out there who are struggling to find that balance of taking care of your children and yourself… I feel you. To all the Moms who are desperately trying to rediscover themselves as an individual and as a Mother… I see you. To all the Moms who constantly compare yourself to other […]

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Transition: From An Only Child To An Older Sibling

While adding a new member of the family is exciting, it also means that change will be the only constant for the unforeseen future. As a Mother trying to learn the balance between taking care of a newborn, your first born and yourself… sometimes we forget that our oldest children are also going through a […]

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Pregnancy: The Raw Truth

To those who are curious as to what pregnancy is like, veteran Mamas who need a good laugh or husbands who should know what their wives are experiencing. During the last nine months, I had quite a few ladies approach me to ask what pregnancy is like. I got questions from, “Is it really that […]

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Sister Love: A Letter To My First Born

To my three year old, Harleigh Rose, as you become an older sister. These past few weeks have been an emotional journey as we are nearing the end of the time you can say “Sissy is in Mommy’s belly.” Your little sister is almost here. Selfishly, I have been so consumed with all of the […]

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Strong-Willed Children: How To Nurture This Quality

My journey learning how to balance the needs of a powerful child I learned early into the first week of Motherhood that my tiny 7lb daughter was going to be a challenge. She began her life on her own agenda, setting her own rules. I will forever remember the nights we were awake from midnight […]

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