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Love Is Blind, But Don’t Tell Me I’m Thin

We have all heard the expression love is blind. This is extremely true. If you really love someone, you do not always see them as they are now. My example I use is my husband. I see my husband as that handsome, fresh faced man with the bright smile that I started dating 15 years ago.… READ THE REST

The Night I Did The Wrong Thing For My Family

Tonight, one woman fed my family while another one did our laundry.

 

Listen, I’m not always proud of the choices I make as a mother, as a wife. It’s tough – being that default parent, having the noticeable duties and responsibilities of this family rely heavily on my ability to overcome obstacles that I never thought imaginable.… READ THE REST

What Mom Friends Shouldn’t Say

From the first moment you announce that you are expecting a little bundle of joy, in the sea of congratulations and heart emojis, you are always hit with at least one dreaded “just wait!” Your baby is literally only the size of a small fruit and Debbie Downer is already hitting you with:

 

“Just wait until you are 9 months pregnant and you want to die!”

 

“Just wait until you see how horrible labor is!”

 

“Just wait until they are born and you never ever sleep again and your life is over!” etc.… READ THE REST

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