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Oh Hello, Hives. We Weren’t Expecting You.
From dust and must to pollen, mosquitos, and plants, summertime calls for Benadryl.
I Was 30 Weeks Pregnant When Doctors Told Me I Had Breast Cancer
I wasn't prepared for the moment I found out I had breast cancer, especially since I was 36 - and 30 weeks pregnant.
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Your Big Family is Only a Problem to Strangers
Whether someone has six kids, no kids, or one kid – they are all the perfect sized family.
Do I Regret the Decision I Made to Become a Mom? Some Days, Yes.
It wasn’t until after the nurses came and went that I started to wonder if, like me, other moms were “faking it til they make it.”
Today, We Should Pledge to Ditch the "R Word"
No word is just a word: it is a conscious choice that comes with responsibility and impact.
Heather M. Jones
The Balancing Act of Having an Adventurous Daughter
The balance isn't about keeping my daughter safe, it's about balancing the opinions of others.
Kelly Flannigan Bos
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We Need to Stop Jumping to Conclusions About Moms on the Internet
Oh my, it’s easy to throw stones in our air-conditioned glass houses, isn’t it?
As My Kids Get Older, I've Changed My Stance on Free-Range Parenting
Any parent that isn’t physically holding their child is a monster and a bad parent, and they are ruining it for everyone else, right?
She Looked at Me and Said, “This Room is for Breastfeeding Moms”
To this day I still feel sick when I think the hot-faced shame I felt because of her judgment.
I Became a Better Parent When I Stopped Worrying About Being Judged
I can’t even be mad, because I get it. Only a year ago, I was her. Now I could literally give zero shits.
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