Parenting is the ultimate character workout.
The more often I pushed myself to be intimate in the pursuit of pregnancy, the less trouble I had with libido.
As trees bloomed and birds sang, my excitement about becoming a mother was bubbling over just like my growing belly.
This post is for the women who are silent. The ones that will quietly nod their heads and wipe their angry tears. Birth isn’t always what you dreamed it would be, is it?
By Chrissy Howe. The mind has a mighty ability to fight and survive, even in the darkest times.
By Pam Moore. Motherhood is about letting go of the child and fatherhood is about developing a relationship with the child.
By Vanessa Dueck. As a marathon runner, this realization of my limits came as a bit of a shock.
By Ann Jamison. May I make it through this day…
By Meryl Carver-Almond. Sometime in that postpartum haze, I realized that, while I had gained a whole new barometer for measuring love, I had lost something almost as big.
By Erika Krumbeck. I wish someone had told me to stop feeling guilty. That it wasn’t due to any “wrong” choice in pregnancy or pre-pregnancy. That it wasn’t because I’m not strong enough or healthy enough or smart enough or wealthy enough.