No matter the parents’ gender, sexual orientation, immigration and socioeconomic status at that point on that playground we’re just parents.Read more "We Are Our Best Selves"
The mother untucks her hopes, dreams and desires and turns them over slowly in her hands.Read more "Un-tuck"
I want to write about something light. There’s a lot going on in the world and I am tempted to throw my two cents in the mix, and maybe I will soon but for today readers I want to keep it light. It’s Friday and although it is chilly on this March morning the sun […]Read more "Trust In The Universe and Respect Your Hair"
What makes you feel good? This answer will vary for everyone. I know for me I love deep tissue massages (the last one I had wasn’t great simply because of Covid-19 precautions). I had to stay face down and masked while my breasts filled with milk). Lesson learned: deep tissue massages for me are a […]Read more "Self Care"
Before I became a mother, I along with with many other single women were always looked upon as having disposable income and disposable time. It was easy for those whom loved us to see our time as less valuable. Our time wasn’t being filled with changing diapers, feeding babies and maintaining a household. The concept […]Read more "Mothering of the Tribe"
I read a meme recently where it stated good things happen to good people. I agree with that, however, I also believe good things happen to not so good people and bad things happen to good people and bad things happen to not so good people. Life happens to people, whether they’re deemed unsavory or […]Read more "The Stories of Our Lives"
Harper hates keeping his socks and shoes on. He often has at least one foot bare before I pull out the driveway for our morning commute. As an infant he can’t comprehend why it’s important for him to keep his little feet covered and warm during the cooler months in New England. It’s not just […]Read more "Loc(s) of Love"