The pressure is automatically on the moment you find out you're pregnant. Will I be a good mom? Is having a baby the best idea right now? How will my significant other feel? What will my parents say? Who's going to watch my baby when I go back to work? The questions never end, that's … Continue reading And I’m Still Not Ready
For a while now I’ve been sitting on these thoughts of what they - our parents or guardians - didn’t teach us. We’re taught manners, we’re taught the way of life or how to just get by (most of us), we’re taught right from wrong, but love *deep sigh* love is what they leave out. … Continue reading Why Didn’t They Teach Us About LOVE?
I talk about a variety of things on my blog, but I find myself neglecting one …. MOTHERHOOD. For almost a year now I've been raising my children on my own. They are 2-years-old and 4 months, and the oldest gives me the hardest time. From trying to get her to eat to what she … Continue reading Whatever Keeps Her Quiet
Love is one hell of a drug and it’ll have you wondering if you’re worthy of it - if you’re loved wrong or by the wrong person. A lot of people don’t know what love is and that’s why we find ourselves settling so often. We want love so bad that we feel guilt … Continue reading It’s Really Not You, It’s Him…
Before having children, I wasn’t out living my best life like the average 20 something year old – I wasn’t going to every party, wasn’t going on vacations with my group of friends, wasn’t weighing my relationship options, etc. I haven’t had many experiences in my life honestly because I’ve been pregnant as long as … Continue reading I Was Excluded Once I Had Kids
Here are some songs I’ve listened to in order to cope with a broken heart. People tell you not to listen to sad songs after a breakup, but I believe those sad songs are sometimes the only thing to help you. Maybe its just me but when you’re going through a rough time, that’s … Continue reading Songs To Break-Up To
I’ve had three different body experiences and it took until the third for me to legit love the skin I’m in. My body before children and both of my pregnancies to clarify those experiences. I was originally going to make this post about me, but I know I am not the only one who has … Continue reading Proud Mommy, Who Dis?