Like every holiday in our country, back to school shopping seems to be a big push for everyone to think they need to buy all the things. While of course there are items that will need to be purchased, you don’t have to feel that your little needs a completely new wardrobe and craft supplies. […]
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Have you ever looked in the mirror and felt like you didn’t even recognize the person staring back at you? Exactly one year after I gave birth to our third baby, that happened to me. I went through an insane identity crisis. I spent the last few years raising three under three while supporting my
I sat in our bedroom and cried while I poured my heart out to my husband. We had an overwhelming week and I had reached a breaking point. “I don’t know how I can be all the things to all the people in this family. It’s too much. And there is not enough of me
Life is tricky. You spend the early years of adulthood talking about all the things you are not going to be only to wake up one day to the realization that you are exactly that person. I pulled into my driveway and looked around at kids toys all over our yard, a garage packed full
Mom’s have a lot on their mind. As I write this post, I am thinking about whether or not the baby actually fell asleep for his nap or if he’s secretly destroying something in his room, what the heck I am going to make for dinner, and if my girls remembered to put hats on
The struggle of being a millennial mom is real. We experience constant noise about so many different topics it can make a mama’s head spin. Topics like the effects of too much screen time, how damaging sun rays actually are, why parenting techniques our parents used are psychologically damaging, and I’m scared to even mention