The Unwanted

Think back to that very first moment that you found out you were expecting… What were you doing? What were you thinking? How did you feel? Was the pregnancy planned or a surprise? Were you ready to be a parent or did the thought give you anxiety? Did you have worries? Did you tell people […]

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Restoring My Faith in Humanity

The following is a piece by guest blogger, Alison Hassenplug. Interested in guest blogging? Visit us here. Unfortunately, we live in a world where no one can be trusted. If you watch Law and Order, or the news, you see that everyday people are shot walking to the grocery story or kids Halloween treats are […]

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Love the Skin you’re In

In the wake of COVID-19 and all the craziness surrounding this virus, many people are looking outwards for supplemental income, back-up plans, or Plan B’s. Nothing is ever promised, but with this pandemic overtaking the world, we are more aware of this than we have ever been before. People are scared, some even fighting for […]

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How to Do it All (During a Pandemic)

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it is no secret that the majority of us parents are now expected to work from home. We’re striving to do-it-all on a level that has never been done before. We are homeschooling our kids, keeping up with the housework, fighting for masks, toilet paper and Clorox wipes all while trying […]

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The Angel Babies

TRIGGER WARNING: this post contains sensitive information. The following is a piece by guest blogger, Stephanie F. Interested in guest blogging? Visit us here. This is a tough subject for me. It’s a tough subject when it comes to any mama. No one wants to go through it or live it. But some of us […]

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The Motherhood Manual

Parenting should come with a manual. Everyone thinks it. This shit is undeniably hard and exhausting. No one knows what the hell they’re doing and we all just hope and pray that we aren’t royally screwing up our kids. I’m fairly certain that mine will need to use their savings accounts for therapy over college. […]

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The Power of Hugs

Recently, I found myself caught up and overwhelmed with the day to day stressors of momming, keeping up with my job, and keeping up with life. To add to that, the 4 year old is in quite a stage-give me back the “terrible twos” I’d gladly trade them for the “ferocious fours” that we are […]

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The Power of Visualization

At the beginning of 2020 I purchased the Fox Planner found here. I began working though it, mapping out my goals, action items, habits to adopt, and vision board. I listed daily affirmations, a gratitude list, and even began a list of 101 bucket list items. While I immediately fell in love with this “life […]

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A Schooling in Stool

The following is a piece by guest blogger, Brittany Ferguson. Interested in guest blogging? Visit us here. Today, ladies and gentlemen, at the age of 35 years old (I think, honestly, I may be 34, but who really knows anymore), I attended my first ever installment of “stool school”. Let me back it up to […]

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Motherhood: Cabin Fever, Medication and my Village

We are covered in amoxicillin. Me, the kids, the dogs… all of us reek of that distinct smell of that ever-popular antibiotic after wrestling the two-year-old to get a dose in him. He was just diagnosed with a double ear infection, and influenza A, accompanied by many other lovely symptoms and our household has turned […]

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Kid Food Approved for Mamas

The following is a piece by guest blogger, Stephanie Frese. Interested in guest blogging? Visit us here. Kids. They’re so picky. My 9 year old is the pickiest eater ever. He’s always been like that. For a long time I ate what he would eat. Fast forward through many years of gross, processed food and […]

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