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It Takes a Village People... like it or not.

There is a saying that goes “It takes a village to raise a child.” There is a reason this saying exists. When life was much more simple and humans were more interested in other people rather than a damn phone, tablet or a TV, people looked out for each other. 977 more words

The one birth affirmation that is excluding women

As the countdown to my next childbirth draws near, I’ve been thinking, asking, talking, and listening on all things labor and delivery. I’m blessed to have a large support network of mothers in this community who have such varying experiences and wisdom, in addition to a well-rounded care team of midwives and my doula. 718 more words

Pregnancy And Parenthood

Friends who Blog together, Stay Together

Life is nuts. Anyone who says different is living in a box and not going outside much. That is why in this crazy journey we call life it is so important to have a tribe, a community, other people who you can rely in the moments when you aren’t even close to having your shit together.   497 more words

Just My Thoughts

Giving new mothers a blank slate

Motherhood is loud. Very loud. Both from within ourselves and in our every day surroundings. It’s a beautiful chaos that we learn to love. 621 more words

Pregnancy And Parenthood

It Takes A Villager

The carpenter gets credit for the house
And not the saw, the hammer, nails, or wood,
So after each mass shooting we espouse
That tools should not be blamed, that guns are good. 82 more words

Poetry

The Joseph Saga: The Truth Comes Out

Sunday’s Scripture ~ Genesis 45:1-14.

This has been a trying week for me at Tuskawilla UMC. On Monday we experienced a large scale water leak in the Sanctuary. 574 more words

Giving Mompreneurs a Boost with The Zoe Report's Box of Style

Tuning in to The Rachel Zoe Project on Bravo was part of my early curiosity around the inner workings of a #momboss. Fast forward a decade, and the glamorous mama mogul is now supporting other mompreneurs in… 546 more words

Mamas Making Moments