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Things they didn't tell you about being a mother

Before becoming a mother, I had watched my fair share of movies and comedies of the “dirtier” side of motherhood and was also introduced to a new kind of unconditional love a mother can have for her child. 496 more words


Transitioning Into Working Motherhood

The universe has an odd sense of timing to be sure.  My former company– Blockbuster–relocated to the headquarters of its new parent company–Dish Network–in a suburb of Denver Colorado almost the same day I had my daughter.  513 more words


Summer Nights and the Working Parent (No More Guilt)

As images of kids in pools or daytime library programs fill my Facebook feed I’ve been thinking about what summer means to me?  In my household both parents work outside of the home so the quintessential summer for us isn’t always happening during the day.  383 more words

Balancing Act

Stay-at-home-mom vs Working Mom

Being a Stay-at-home-mom has it’s benefits. You get to watch your baby grow and play with them. You can take naps, and wear your pj’s all day long. 55 more words

An Ode to Bottle Feeding Moms

I want to celebrate bottle feeding mothers.

All around the web, you’ll find essays on the benefits and beauty of breastfeeding. Breast is best, they all say. 823 more words

Sweet Child Of Mine


Being a mompreneur is exciting, rewarding and really, really hard. This post is inspired by an interview I did with Mom at 41.  I interviewed her for an upcoming episode on the Active Entrepreneur podcast I do. 288 more words


Making Mountains Out of Milestones

If I hear one more person tell me that their child was already doing something earlier than mine, I will fucking scream. I really can’t be held responsible. 490 more words