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Mommy wars…

Lately, I feel like I’m in a competition that I didn’t realize I entered. How big is your kid? How many words does he know? What did you just buy them? I have this, what do you have? Is your … Continue reading

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Finding joy in little moments…

I’m in the middle of a funk. Ever since we became a family of four, I’ve struggled between happiness, gratefulness, and wondering what the hell we’ve done and why I ever thought we could be parents. We’ve adjusted to a … Continue reading

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Remember this moment.

His little arms wrapped around me. The soft breathing of his chest. The way his chin rests so perfectly on my shoulder. How his head leans against mine. How his body snuggles up right next to me. Clean baby smell. … Continue reading

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Two. It’s a very simple number, yet for me it has so many meanings. It is: The number of times I thought I was miscarrying (one I did, the second pregnancy is still holding on) The number of children I … Continue reading

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