For whatever reason, miscarriage is viewed as an extremely taboo subject. Almost as if not talking about it will make it disappear. So, as my contribution to breaking the stigma on miscarriage, this is my story…

Three years, three months, one week, and five days ago our family got the biggest surprise of our lives. Just shy of eight months after giving birth to our first daughter, we found out we were expecting again.

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WHY MY ANGELS

This is the first time that I’m really putting this into words instead of a stream of consciousness, abstract depictions, or endless tears – although I am sure there will be tears shed throughout this. The mommy guilt is mired deep in my thought process of this experience. So, here we go. For better or worse, let’s go on this journey together.

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September Curriculum

 

My dream, for years, has been to home school my children. Since Lana will be 5 early next year, my husband and I decided to go ahead and get the ball running. So, last week, we kicked off our home schooling journey with a bang! When looking into homeschooling I realized that the options were limitless as far as curriculum was concerned. Back in July I joined Usborne Books & More and it couldn’t have been a bigger blessing in disguise! I have been able to put together an ENTIRE curriculum for this month using nothing but Usborne titles!

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Empowering quotes for working moms

Isleny is the owner of Just a Regular Mommy! She began it with the intention of sharing tips on how to effectively juggle work and home life without driving yourself crazy, while still maintaining a happy and healthy relationship with both kids and hubby. She hopes to offer you some advice, comfort, and encouragement. Isleny hopes to remind you that you are not the only mother out there that gets overwhelmed with all of the day to day tasks that just never seem to end! Here are 6 empowering quotes for working moms who are ready to QUIT!

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The "M" Word: A Collection of Stories about Miscarriage and Hope

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This book is not intended to be a dossier outlining ten things that you absolutely must do in order to adequately heal from a miscarriage. In this text, you will find no detailed prescriptions regarding how to "bounce back" after your loss. On the contrary, this book is born from a firm belief that it is important for every one of us to document our stories even if these stories are painful or uncomfortable. This book is the work of a group of Christian women who have poured out their hearts. The result is a collection of stories that are open and honest but most importantly full of Hope.
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My Mental Health Battle

I have gone back and forth for months on writing this post. My mental health battle stems back years and years. I literally battle with depression and anxiety every single day. After writing about my miscarriage story, I realized just how healing and therapeutic writing about my experiences was. However, I still couldn’t bring myself to talk about this topic.

It seems that it is so much easier to write about something that I have walked through and conquered than it is to write about something I still struggle so heavily with. Here I am encouraging others to write about their struggles and experiences, yet holding back on one of my hardest battles.

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Mother's Day Weekend Wrap Up

Before I even get into this, I just want to say that I hope each and every one of you had an AWESOME Mother’s Day and were celebrated in the way that you deserved! Each and every one of you, whether you have biological children, have fostered or adopted, have fur babies, or just help out with someone else’s babies, YOU are a blessing and I hope you feel loved and appreciated!

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How to move through grief by following your soul's guidance - Guest Post by Simone Clement

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How to move through your grief by following your soul's guidance - Guest Post by Simone Clement

Simone is the owner of simoneclement.com which is a blog about mental health, self- care, meditation, and spirituality. Her purpose is to help people discover their connections to their souls, their God-given talents, and how to heal the pain that no longer serves them. She offers coaching services, courses, and a weekly newsletter for people who are interested in moving along in their spiritual journey. You can join her Facebook group “Your Imperfect Spiritual Journey“. Without further ado: “How to Move Through Grief by Following Your Soul’s Guidance“.
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Some days kids can be perfect angels. Other days, eh, not so much. For the sake of my sanity, I am thoroughly hoping that my kids are the latter today, because after last night and this morning, I feel like I’m going to lose it. To elaborate, here’s my #momlife story of the day:

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DID SOMEONE SAY NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION?

New Year’s Resolution or nah?

New Year’s Resolutions have never really been my thing. I have seen so many people that decide that they want to make a change at some point throughout the year, and for whatever reason they choose to wait until the New Year. While I understand the concept of turning over a new leaf, it truly baffles me to wait on a holiday. If you really want to make a change, today is the best day. But of course, that’s just my opinion. Anyways, instead of New Year’s Resolutions, this year I decided to make some long-term life goals.

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