With an active two year old and a newborn, life is fun and full of surprises. Like all moms, I’m pretty busy – meaning that I appreciate all the help I can get in the potty training department.
Louise Gleeson shares her Story of Motherhood, about her struggles to embrace her own emotions about motherhood and celebrating Mother’s Day. It is an incredibly honest story that will help other new moms know that they are indeed worth it.
March 26 is International Epilepsy Awareness Day. Each day in Canada, an average of 42 people learn that they have epilepsy and in approximately 50% of cases of childhood epilepsy, seizures disappear completely. Here is one mom’s story of living with a daughter who has Epilepsy.
When I was pregnant for the first time, I knew I wanted to breastfeed. For six months. That seemed like a good amount of time to lend out my breasts to someone else on a semi-permanent basis. When my walking, talking toddler was still being nursed, I started to feel embarrassed, but why?