Category Archives: motherhood

Forge Forward

I hate that term. Forge forward. I have heard it all my life and it is the bane of my exisitence. Ok, maybe that’s a bit dramatic, but I’m a Leo, we tend to weigh on the dramatic side. When … Continue reading

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Still up…

Almost midnight… Still up. Thought I would only post one blog entry today. Feel the need to write more. Sitting on my balcony, breathing in the night air. Everyone is asleep, but not me. I’m still up. It such a … Continue reading

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In the Still of the Night…

It’s late. Ok…maybe not that late but it’s 11pm. I’m still up, alone, as my husband works late and is not home until midnight. Late for me. But “little man” is asleep with no care in the world. I have … Continue reading

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The Sad Child

How do you deal with a child who is sad when you as their parent were never given any tools as a child to deal with sadness yourself? It is very difficult. Coming from a home where it was never … Continue reading

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I’m Fine….

Isn’t that what you are supposed to say when someone askes you how you are? That is my stock answer. I meet a friend I haven’t seen for a while in the grocery store, with my little man hanging precariously … Continue reading

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Swings and other things

So it’s 2pm and I am still in my pajama pants…but lets face it, nobody can rock a pair of pj’s like myself. I’ve done a few things around the house, laundry and such, fed the boy (my little guy … Continue reading

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Here’s the thing…

I love being a mother. I felt I became myself when I brought my son home. It was the first time I had ever experienced true contentment in my life. As my son got older I started to be pulled … Continue reading

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