Posts tagged "mommy"

Just Had a Baby? Top 3 Ways to Get Your Groove Back!

Yes, go outside, without your baby, and your treat yourself to someone else washing the spit-up out of your hair for a change.
You'll be able to read girly magazines, breathe in some girl time, and you will come out looking like a million bucks. Why do you need this? To feel good, is to look good. Your spouse/significant other probably forgot what how fabulous you looked, and you probably did too. DO IT. If you have some time, get a manicure and pedicure as well.
By Devin Miller Feeling beautiful after having a baby is not easy. Your body created and carried miracle; the miracle is here and you are faced with the reality you’ve signed up for: the late night feedings, the blowout diapers, and the spit-up on your shirt. You feel just about as sexy as an old... Read more »

A Recovering Addict's Letter to Her Children

A Recovering Addict's Letter to Her Children
By Rachel Trimble My darling innocent ones, You only know me as Mommy, and I hope that is the only way you will ever know me. But someday you will ask me why I call myself an addict and what does that mean, anyway? Being an addict means that mommy used to be very sick,... Read more »

Truth About Addiction and Motherhood

Truth About Addiction and Motherhood
An Addict Still Loves Her Children By Rachel Trimble I got pregnant after I got clean, and I am very grateful for this, but I also know sometimes that isn’t always the case. I clearly remember standing in front of a room full of people being recognized for having six months clean and being a... Read more »
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Work Life Burnout? 6 Secrets of the Balanced Mommy

By Tania Brown The Balancing Act—Life & Family Today, many of us are involved in a balancing act of sorts between work and life. Undoubtedly, we love our children, spouses and families but it is very easy to get lost in the shuffle and become overwhelmed. Most weeks, I find myself somewhere between cello lessons... Read more »

I'm Turning 35: Will I Ever Become a Mother?

 By Shanti Ray As September is nearing I am so dreading turning thirty-five. You’d think I’d be jumping for joy; I’m single but dating, no children, an entrepreneur, a freelance writer, working on my first novel, own car and house. Sounds good on paper right? All of that is great, but my greatest joy would... Read more »

Sad Mommy vs. Daughter Wars

Sad Mommy vs. Daughter Wars
By Zondra Hughes The holiday season is a stressful time for those engaged in the mommy vs. daughter wars. These “mommy vs. daughter wars” are a phenomenon that I stumbled upon in a recent conversation with one of the Chicks. Generally speaking, all is well until mommy gets a new husband, or a new boyfriend,... Read more »
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