Let It Go

Adrian Wood Postpartum

I watch you struggling to hold the pieces in a puzzle that is being not only turned upside but physically shaken by life and what it has offered you.

3:30 A.M.

Kimberly Zapata Postpartum

I thought the guilt and confusion was normal. I thought the tears were normal. I thought I was just adjusting my new mommy role.

Strong Weather

Jenny Roth Postpartum

She was strong for admitting her depression to me. She was strong because she loved her family and herself enough to try and find help amidst her pain.

When Having It All Isn’t Enough

Dana Robertson Halter Postpartum

As mothers, we’re conditioned to believe that self-care is selfish and your children always come first. My children are two of the most important people in my life, but they’re not the only people in my life.