With one child headed to college this year and another graduating from high school next year, our empty nest is quickly arriving, like it or not.Read More
Category: On Motherhood
Yes, I am grateful that I had a private space to enjoy my newborn, but recovery was such a blip on my radar. If I had to share that space with another woman, or even ten other women so we could all have safe deliveries, I would in a second. Would you?Read More
For mothers with post-partum depression that don’t want to get out of bed, how can you say it’s as simple as getting a coffee? For mothers with anxiety, leaving the house is a battle all by itself. For mothers like me, with PTSD, taking care of yourself is a completely foreign concept.Read More
The average length of labor for a woman can vary from hours to days. I’m sorry, but I would hold a grudge against my child for at least a few days. After 9 months, you better GTFO.Read More
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