Tag: sisterhood

9 Reasons You’re a Good Mother

1.  You think you’re not.  You are convinced you’re doing it all wrong.  You try different parenting techniques and regardless of whether they are effective or not, you still question them.  You’re inconsistent.  You worry about every miniscule detail, both physically and emotionally. Your child doesn’t eat healthy enough, watches too much TV, gets too

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The Impact of Finding a Sisterhood

No matter how many parenting books you read, or websites you dig through, nothing can truly prepare you for the day you become a mom. It’s so exciting and terrifying and wonderful and nerve-wracking and beautiful and stressful – all at the same time. When I became a writer for ctworkingmoms.com (I’m so thankful Michelle took a

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An Only Child Learning How to Raise Sisters

I’ve always said that I’ll consider myself a successful mom if my children grow up to be kind and compassionate human beings. With this goal in mind, I’ve been quite dismayed to witness the indifference and sometimes aggression that my three year old has had towards her baby sister. When the baby was born we

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A Shout Out to the Sisterhood

In honor of CTWM’s 2nd Anniversary, I would like to take a moment to acknowledge the women in my life who, in the name of sisterhood, lend a helping hand, babysitting services, emergency school pick-ups, emotional stability, an “Is this crazy, or is it me?” sounding board, lots of laughs, and the occasional glass of

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