Eventually you will transition from mommy to mom, and when you do, you’ll want to make sure you still know who you are beyond that title.
Guilt says, “I’m a failure.” Mindfulness says, “I can do better.” Putting a positive tone to our pitfalls will bring much more success than wallowing in the muck of guilt.
Just because you are super lucky and very blessed doesn’t mean that it’s not okay to feel stress and pressure. It doesn’t mean that you aren’t allowed to say, “Wow! This is hard.”
You know what I think is better than a candlelit bath? Clean laundry. I can run my own bathwater, friends. But those towels aren’t going to fold themselves.
On January 13, the Fort Worth Moms Blog (FWMB) team gathered in the newly remodeled River Legacy Living Science Center for good food at a beautifully set table, fun with friends, and a fabulous awards show. This event was extraordinary, not only for the milestones celebrated or the many talented writer mamas represented, but also […]
Throughout the first few years of marriage, the mister and I daydreamed about recreating our honeymoon trip when it came time for the 10-year anniversary. “When we celebrate our tenth, we’ll head back to Maui.” You know, by that point, we will be more “settled” with a couple of kids, more financially stable . . […]
I know it might be hard to remember her, but that girl you fell in love with — she’s still here. Please see her: the ready-for-adventure, vibrant woman you fought for and promised to love forever.