Tag: Motherhood

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Had a Mother

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Distinguished writer Ta-Nehisi Coates poignantly points out the inherent problems with dehumanizing people.  And while he was specifically talking about the danger in verbally...

The Someday Mom

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Lately, I've been a Someday Mom.  You know, the kind of mom that has all the good intentions and fun activities stored away for a...

The Important Thing About Moms

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...But the most important thing about mom is that she loves me. When our most recent foster kiddos came to us, they let it be...

Thankful Mom Moment:: Watching Your Kiddo Overcome

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I don't recall a day in the last 18 years that I haven't prayed {and let's just be honest, worried about more than prayed}...

Carrying the Physical and Mental Load of Motherhood

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Sometimes, carrying the burden of the physical and mental load of motherhood feels like it's too much, and sometimes we just want someone to carry...

If You Don’t Have A Village, Get You One

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I'm just going to lay it out for you:: parenting {at any stage} is not for the faint of heart. I'd go as far...

Big Little Things:: When Small Milestones Make a Huge Difference

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Ahhh, a beach holiday, even just to Galveston, is just the thing to put me in a summer vacay kind of mood. It was...

Lessons on Motherhood from the Women who Came Before Us

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With the accessibility of technology, it's easy to Google just about anything and ask questions to complete strangers about the well being of our...

My Struggles With Vulnerability

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I have been obsessed with Brene’ Brown since I discovered her work a few years ago. Down to earth, funny, a bit crass, with...

The Nontraditional Ways I Am Empowering My Girl/Boy Twins

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I am an accomplished physician, educator and researcher who, through a lot of hard work, has achieved just about every goal I have ever...
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