Me Too

As I looked at my feed throughout the day, I longed desperately for the strength to write “Me too,” but I was paralyzed by fear and still have not been able to bring myself to write those two simple words.

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The Pain of Mutually Divorcing

I never imagined the pain that would follow jointly making the decision to divorce. The decision was so raw, so authentic, so true, so right, so freeing. I felt high. I felt like my new life was in the palm of my hands, waiting to be molded. I never really thought about the pain that would creep up on me.

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Desperately Seeking…

Although there is so much on my plate to fill my time, there is something missing altogether. Love? No. Fun? No. Sleep? Nope, I am even getting that (most weeks). It’s quiet – I have no quiet in my life.

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Thicker Than Water

If you or a loved one is suffering from problems with drugs, alcohols, gambling, depression, postpartum or anything else that ails the soul – please know there is help and there is hope. No one is alone, no matter how down they feel.

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Leaning In Challenge

I am working on leaning inward and leaning into. Leaning inward to me is really working on connecting, focusing and being accountable. I am starting to work on creating a habit of leaning inward for me and into my family at home.

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Traveling Alone: Feeling Vulnerable

And then the last night of my visit, I woke up to someone turning the door handle on my hotel room door on the interconnecting door, which of course was locked but still. It was probably just a kid or something……..I’ve never felt scared before – scared about traveling alone. Scared about losing everything I have, not seeing my family, scared about not seeing my kids grow up.

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The One Recipe

Pot lucks are my favorite kind of party because they fit in so well with busy families making time in their schedules to get together and break bread. Pot lucks are the recognition that social gatherings are critical to the health of a community, but moms and dads are BUSY.

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Stage Two – Leaving

Suddenly, I could see a different future. One on my own with my daughter. I generated my own hope. I knew that I was on the right path.

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Dessert Alert: Trifle

With a new season of events and holidays upon us I thought it would be fun to add this quick, easy, crowd-pleaser to your list of options. I call it a Trifle. 

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Five Reasons Why My Mom Friends Rule

As women, even when we are not compatible, we should respect one another and their own personal choices for themselves and their families, but a). not everyone has gotten that message yet, and b). even if they do, it means they will do you no mommy harm, but it does not necessarily mean you will be great friends.

Summer

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Things I Didn’t Do This Summer

I think my girls and I took advantage of all summer had to offer, having fun while taking it easy all at the same time.  I'm especially happy, however, about all of the things we DIDN'T do.

LGBTQIA

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Stealth Advocacy: A Primer

Dispel myths when they come up, discuss some of the anti-transgender legislation that threatens your child, and grow that community of people who might not have been personally invested in LGBT rights before, but who are invested in your child's well being and will help you fight for your child's rights and safety.

Special Needs

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Closing The Loop

We had no idea when we transitioned to the new daycare that not only would we find all of that but that we would find an extension of our family in the teachers and directors of the early learning center. 

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