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A Different Kind of Adventure

I wish I was brave. Brave enough to tell my husband that today I thought about leaving the house. Leaving him with the kids because things seemed too overwhelming. read more

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The Secret to Being a Grateful Mom (#ILoveYouChallenge)

And even though I felt grateful for them there in the dark, they couldn’t see the smile on my face. They couldn’t hear my prayers. I couldn’t pick them up and twirl them around and dance to long songs with them. read more

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It's Not Just You

Now I am over my hesitation in bringing up my own experiences, in the appropriate venue, in the hope that I can help another woman realize that she is not alone. read more

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This Mother is Trading Facebook for Face-Time

He stares up at me with his father's eyes and it's five in the morning, books strewn all over his bed and his two year old hands reaching up to touch my face. No, I'm shaking my head, no, it's not time to get up yet, but it's too late. He's up. read more