Connie Chung shares thoughts on motherhood and her career in an interview with Mamalode.
By Chrissie Howe. My baby has been awake for days. We’ve spent weeks in this unbreakable pattern.
In my worst moments as a mother, the moments where I am cursing my family or getting angry about how much I have to do, I often experience this extreme moment of panic.
By Elke Govertsen. I spent most of the summer on my couch working very, very hard to breathe.
Somehow the word threesome had crossed his path, but we were navigating.
Really, I do keep an eye on my kids. My son is just a spider monkey. #PlacesIFindLiam
Giving myself a chance to breathe each day allows me to grasp the precious moments of my life.
I know that she’s growing up, and I have to accept that growing up means more than just aging and celebrating birthdays.
By Rebecca Blue. Not knowing yet if it’s even possible for us to have a child, I imagine discovering we couldn’t would feel a lot like this.