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Self-Care Sunday: Loving Yourself as Much as Your Children

Have you ever noticed how the self-esteem presentations and emphasis tend to end right around middle school? We are all about teaching our children to feel good about themselves but what happens when mom is in need of a boost?Us mama bears have to face a barrage of filtered selfies, try to throw our kids […]

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Just Like Us, Kids Need Time to Decompress After a Long Day

As a mom to two girls, who are pretty much opposite in terms of personality, I find it interesting that both have similarities when it comes to certain things. My oldest daughter is spirited; always on the go, very independent, and it’s her way or the highway. My youngest is comical, lackadaisical, and goes with […]

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What My Graduating Senior Has Taught Me About Parental Control

If you’re the parent of a graduating senior, this is probably a bittersweet time for you, and you may be wondering how this person you’ve raised, who is now officially an adult, is going to make it “out there” when he or she is still a child in so many ways. I mean, what are […]

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Lindsay - Motherhood

Welcome to Motherhood: All That I Do Not Know

Hello, and Welcome to Motherhood. If you’re reading this, chances are you’re new to this gig and haven’t the slightest clue as to what you’re doing. (If you do know what you’re doing, great job! I hope to get there too . . . eventually.) Not to worry, fellow Momma, for you are in good company. […]

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Dear Postpartum Depression, I Forgive YOU!

Dear Postpartum Depression: I Forgive You.

In honor of mental health month, I decided it was time to address an issue so very important to me personally; an issue that I’ve touched on in other posts, but never specifically written down. Over five years later, I think it’s time to write a letter to Postpartum Depression. Mama needs some closure. The […]

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Lauren Nobody Asked

Nobody Asked: My Experience with Postpartum Depression

I never thought I would suffer from postpartum depression.  To be honest, I never understood it.  How could a new mother not feel a connection to her precious bundle of joy?  How could she feel down when surrounded by so much joy?  How could thoughts of hurting herself or her family ever cross her mind?  Mothers whose minds are […]

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