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It’s your smug inner voice again. Every mother is plagued by it, and it fuels your fire of self-doubt. Again. “You’re a failure.” Sometimes you’re strong enough to ignore it. Other times, it cuts so deep you bleed tears. Your vision of motherhood is not the same as your reality. You want to be a […]Continue reading
I am an unmarried mom, in a committed relationship. The Chief and I live happily together in mortal sin, and our two year old daughter is blissfully unaware her parents are going to burn in the fiery depths of hell because of her creation. Although, we were already screwed by the very nature of making […]Continue reading
Moving beyond the subject of motherhood is tough. Really tough. I love everything baby and parenting related, but a dinner party made me realize I had become obsessed. I’m over at Ravishly.com, where “there is no wrong way to be a woman.” (Great motto, Ravishly!) I’m talking about finding the “real me”, after the “baby me”. […]Continue reading