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Finding My Happy Place

Finding My Happy Place

“Are you happy mommy? Are you happy, happy?” This seems to be a constant question that recently has been coming out of my two-year-old daughter’s mouth. In the midst of chaos, sickness and craziness, and even on a random ordinary day, my daughter will suddenly ask me, “Are you happy?”  That one simple question has […]

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An Honest Look at #MomFail

At a recent MOPS meeting, we played a little ice breaker called “Mom Guilt Bingo.” Our cards were filled with things we don’t brag about and that you won’t find on our Instagram feeds (i.e. won’t buy my kids a puppy, uses disposable diapers, TV is my babysitter). As I read through my card, I […]

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I’m the Worst Mom Ever

His large, blue eyes searched me for reassurance. I put both hands up, signaling him to stay calm, pretending I was fully aware of what was going on. I swallowed deeply and watched as he sat towards the back of his first Taekwondo test, observing the other participants going up to receive their new belt […]

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I Had a Miscarriage

The first week of October has arrived and left. As sit here and type my thoughts out, I realize that I still somehow feeling like it’s still the middle of March and have trouble wrapping my head around all of the past few months’ events. As a mother to three toddlers, I am busy and […]

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