Category: Momin’ Ain’t Easy

MISSRepresentation

While searching for different media which I could use to improve my parenting skills, I stumbled across a documentary on Netflix, MissRepresentation. This incredible documentary focuses specifically how the media influences women in our society. Throughout the documentary, countless examples are given about how women are portrayed through media and the effects this has on their

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Happiness Project: Motherhood May

It’s a new month, which means a new topic for May, and this month its parenting. Anyone with children knows that parenting is a full-time, 24/7 job, and as a stay at home mom, this is even more true because parenting is my only job. When my husband and I decided I would stay home

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Count Blessings Instead of Sheep

In general I have always been an anxious person; It’s been a joke for years that I am never really described as “cool, calm and collected.” It has taken years of school and reading and life, to find ways for me to cope with anxiety. And I would say that I have done a pretty

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Don’t Touch Your Vagina In the Kitchen

This past week we traveled to my parents house for Spring Break and Easter. Truthfully, we skipped town, because there was a nasty case of Hand Foot Mouth going around our circle of friends, and I did not want anything to do with that. So we hightailed it out-of-town for a nice little break. While

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Ending Childhood Hunger Through Birthdays and Dr. Seuss

As previously mentioned for the girls’ birthdays, instead of gifts we ask for donations to a charity of our choosing. My older sister and brother-in-law started doing this with their children, and I loved the idea, so I stole it. For Hadley’s first birthday, we asked people to donate to the “No Kid Hungry” foundation;

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