This post is sponsored by Chalkola and contains affiliate links. My girls absolutely love any and all art activities. Sometimes it's difficult to find something that will keep both a six-year-old and a two-year-old engaged in a creative process. It's even more difficult to find something they won't fight over!
Tiny bud Who never got to bloom Firmly planted Uprooted too soon Like the breeze Against my cheek Gone before I could reach Like a sprinkle of rain Fall on me so I can feel Take me to the skies Like the clouds Swiftly changing My grief floats and hovers
This past week has been a whirlwind. Being on immunosuppressive therapy, I am advised to visit my doctor any time I get sick, even with the common cold. So when I came down with a fever, I called my rheumatologist who advised me to go see my GP for examination
Reader Question: What do I do when my 2 year old has a complete meltdown and he won’t communicate to tell me what’s wrong? Do I let him flail and cry it out, do I ask him questions? Use stern voice? Loving voice? (I sound like a bi-polar person switching).
I should really be doing homework right now, but I welcome the break from academic writing (and I'm also procrastinating). This past week I was dealing with a flare in my back and was finally feeling better today. I didn't want to pass up an opportunity when my body was
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month! This week leading up to October 15th, I am partnering with fellow loss mama and writer, Liz Mannegren, to help create discussion and raise awareness about this vitally important topic. Journal Prompt: What does your motherhood story look like? Use the #thismotherhoodstory to