A picture can be worth a thousand words. Hmmm... this is a tough subject for me to discuss, yet alone write about it, but it is something that we as Mothers deal with on a regular basis, especially me. I came across a story featured by Good Morning America, about Anupa King, a beautiful proud mother who posted a picture with her and her two lovely young boys. The photo embodied a mothers love and joy. Anupa appeared carefree and totally her authentic self. In her post she mentions how much love was shining through the photo and how beautiful her boys were. What struck me about this post was how happy they all looked and the fact that she pointed out that the old version of herself would have criticized how big her mouth looked and not have posted the picture at all.
As I was watching The View this morning the ladies were discussing an interesting topic that peaked my interest which mentioned that one of the most satisfying ways a woman can end her day is by removing her bra. This conversation perked me right up because I despise wearing a bra. It is one of the most uncomfortable piece of clothing to wear all day long.
The internet is an interesting place. When we post pictures there is always a chance someone will download and share them. Sometimes for good reasons and sometimes for bad reasons. So what do we do when it's time to announce the birth of your baby? Do we share the pictures or wait until the "time is right?"
So long to dates, spontaneous adventures and long nights with your partner....you are now a parent! Finding time to be a couple is now one of the hardest things to plan or do as a new parent. So how do you create meaningful, magical or relationship building moments for you both?
On the heels of all 50 states in the USA officially legalizing public breastfeeding we are thrilled to kick off this year's World Breastfeeding Week! Designated by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a week we celebrate awareness, diversity and the importance of breast milk World Breastfeeding Week has become an opportunity to spotlight moms, babies and the important work of organizations and companies around the world.
This is the story of a young 22-year-old college drop-out from a small town of merely 600 people who decided to travel the world. This same woman then discovered she was unexpectedly pregnant while in a new relationship with a different guy. The story doesn’t end there. She created a 6-figure business in the midst of all of this.