Tag Archives: motherhood

To worry or not to worry, that is the question

This post is for mothers only. (Let’s see how well behaved my readership is.) This is an open discussion on something we moms often struggle with, or at least I do. The topic at hand: worry. Recently, I’ve had a few mothers say things to me like, “You’re a mom. You’ll worry for the rest […]

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Sometimes I hate being the mom

Disclaimer:  This post was written very late at night by a tired mommy whose daughter decided to go out. Sometimes I hate being the mom. Oh…sorry…is that not cool to say?  That’s right, I’m supposed to say, “Being a mom is the greatest thing that ever happened to me.”  Or, “Motherhood has fulfilled the deepest […]

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My 25th anniversary of motherhood

Twenty-five years ago today, I became a mother.  This is fairly remarkable considering my son and I nearly died on this very same day. It was May 19, 1986.  I was eleven days overdue.  The doctor was predicting a 9+ pound baby.  I really had no frame of reference, so I didn’t even think about […]

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