Truth be told, I don’t know my stance on abortion. I was super pro-choice once upon a time, as I’ve always believed that a woman should have 100% control of her body and her life. Then I became a mom. Now I’ve witnessed that ugly little peanut shaped thing from an ultrasound grow into a … More Blurred Lines: The Planned Parenthood and Abortion Debate
Sunday I woke up to a lovely tweet from @Momsfoodblog nominating me for the Liebster award. I had no freaking clue what it was but I was excited nonetheless. After dancing in bed, I clicked on the link so that I could give my hubby a proper explanation for disturbing his sleep. I found that … More The Liebster Award
A nana is a little bit parent, little bit teacher, and a little bit best friend Though there are so many reasons why my mom is an amazing nana to my daughter, the first and most important would have to be that she has been an amazing mother, period. Without her I would not know … More For My Daughter’s Nana
I know that women don’t typically even have the option of denying their kids. It’s hard to say “that baby don’t look like me” when your uterus played factory to it for 10 months (yes 10, give us full credit for all time served). But let’s pretend that in some alternate universe children were birthed by … More 7 Reasons I could Never Deny My Child
9/11 was the first nation wide tragedy that I have ever experienced. I can remember the day vividly: crying while watching the news coverage in class , being pulled out by my frantic mother (a US Army Veteran who both explained and demonstrated to me the importance of patriotism at that time), the sense of … More Remembering 9/11 – a tot school lesson.