Pregnancy is supposed to be a remarkable experience, filled with joy, anticipation, and hope. However, if you are like me and have experienced pregnancy loss, the thought of opening yourself to another heartbreak can be unbearable. After I lost my first pregnancy to miscarriage, I wasn’t sure if I ever wanted to have children, but […]
When we are true to ourselves and follow our passions and interests, we are acting as a good example. We don’t want to model staying small or doing the things that we are “supposed to do” instead of the things we are passionate about or our children will have a harder time following their own passions. A beautiful quote about this that struck me was by Ed Mylett: “One of the most insidious forms of child neglect is a parent who doesn’t chase their dreams and potential.” Let that sink in. This doesn’t just apply to those big dreams and big passions, this is true for the small things that light you up.
Right now I’m in the thick of parenthood. I have a 2 year old and a 3 month old and my 2.5 year old business baby. I feel like I’m constantly juggling the needs of all three, all the time, while also tending to my own needs in order to be the best mother possible.
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