We want to be heard. We want our concerns to be taken seriously.
Not being a mother yet can be isolating.
If you’re a mother, you’re surrounded by others who have much in common with you. We mothers know about dog throw up, dirty
This article first appeared on QuietRev.com Dear Mom, The big question appalled and surprised parents often ask their child
I didn't make it to synagogue that night. I couldn't. I spent the evening sitting on the floor, drinking wine, and weeping
Kitt describes how she has finally come to feel successful: How do women measure success? Is it by mothering and having a
There are many things I can give you in this life. A roof over your head, food on the table, a Bible we read together, a school where you are welcomed, and love -- so much love. One thing I cannot give you is a just and perfect world.
I don't ask for much, which is why there are only six qualities I consider as requirements if we are going to jump into mom-friendship together.
In sisterly solidarity I immediately flashed back to pregnancy, a state both magical and miserable, completely consuming; a transformative rite of passage. In the nanosecond it took to relive, the realization that I'd never actually be pregnant again descended on me with finality.
Congratulations on being a new mom! Isn't it a cherished miracle? With this extreme emotional flux, you need all the tools you can get, Mama. Here are a few tidbits of unconventionally awesome mommy advice I never got but wish I had. You're welcome.