When I gave birth to my first Daughter I had an emergency Cesarean. I honestly thought it would be my final act to bring her into this world and this poem sums up the prayers I made during surgery.
Added by Anastasia Irvine on January 20, 2011 at 10:00am —
I was taken aback when the ophthalmologist told me I could have a uveal melanoma in my right eye, near the optic nerve, and that removing it (which might be necessary to save my life) could destroy the vision in that eye. I was paralyzed with fear, in my…
Added by Join Mama on January 17, 2011 at 11:02am —
It’s so easy to turn inward when we think about motherhood and what it means and how we do it every day. But even celebrities are not immune to trying to do it all – of course, their circumstances and list of daily to-do’s are different, but in essence, maybe not so much, as evidenced by… Continue
Added by Join Mama on January 15, 2011 at 12:15pm —
According to the Save the Children, Mother Index, the United States ranks 38th in the world of the best places to be a mother…38th… the United States of America!! “A woman in the US… Continue
Added by Join Mama on January 7, 2011 at 10:46am —
REFRAMING MOTHERHOOD: Are you a Blogger with a following, who wants to change the world? Please write us at … Continue
Added by Join Mama on January 4, 2011 at 9:28am —
Motherhood and marriage sometimes brings you to the point of no return. Brings you to a place where you think, where has the time gone? and do I get anytime for myself?
In an attempt to force myself to workout and stay in shape, which is so hard to do when you are juggling life, I decided to join an adult Field Hockey League. Field Hockey had been my life for so many years and an escape from so many stressful life events. So, after months of debating and encouragement I did it. Now… Continue
Added by Shawna Boyer on September 17, 2010 at 10:40pm —
I get up this morning, head for the coffee maker, pour myself a cup of liquid energy and turn around to survey the surroundings I let me family live in.
It's bad, people. It's really bad.
The dishes in the sink smell like the failed dinner attempt I'd had the night before, the counters hold the tools that failed me so and something sticky and - ewww icky - is taunting me, daring me and Magic Eraser to give it our best shot. I feel my arm muscles spasm in… Continue
Added by Lori Pace on September 14, 2010 at 11:29pm —
After spending the weekend down-for-the-count with Strep Throat, I realized that when it comes to being sick this mom's on her own. http://bit.ly/9QoFMq
Added by Lauren Rose on July 20, 2010 at 3:22am —
I am making sure that I bake with my girls at least once a week this Summer.
We tie on our aprons, thoroughly wash our hands and get to work.
It is math and measuring. It is reading and comprehending. It is together time and it is love.
This week we made Wacky Cake. Possibly the richest and bestest chocolate cake ever.
Said cake was devoured within hours of frosting.… Continue
Added by Tracy Morrison on June 15, 2010 at 11:30pm —
Ben and I went out for dinner Saturday night. And, in an effort to notch things up a bit, I let out my ponytail and changed out of my sport bra.
While I was in the shower I thought about what I’d wear, and decided on a pair of jeans that I’d purchased years ago, two pregnancies ago, in Chicago. And people, these are the kind of jeans that require you to bring your A-Game whenever you try them on. The kind that CANNOT go into the dryer,… Continue
Added by BuenoBaby on June 15, 2010 at 5:53pm —
I have a love/hate relationship with my job. The company I work for, in general, is excellent. My coworkers are some of my favorite people. The pay is wonderful, the work is easy (typically easy- there are anomalies), and the benefits are plenty. While I could do this job in my sleep, it can become tedious and frustrating.
I work at a contracted call center of a government agency responsible for reasearching and disseminating information about… Continue
Added by Felicia Salais on May 26, 2010 at 12:11am —
I just finished reading a book that touched me on so many levels that I was compelled to write about it. This doesn't happen too often. This book left me laughing and sobbing uncontrollably at the end. It's a story about… Continue
Added by Carrie Grabowicz on May 24, 2010 at 10:41am —
You are invited to join in the fun! Stop by my blog and meet other Mother Bloggers.
I have a little Q & A for you to participate in. Linky will be open until Saturday night midnight US ET. Let's celebrate Mother's Day all week long, together!
to visit my blog,
Added by Rebecca on May 5, 2010 at 12:40am —
In honor of Mother's Day Sunday I've decided to post a little fun Q & A.
Stop by my blog by clicking HERE
You have until the end of the week to link up! I'm keeping this post on my blog all week long.
Hope to learn more about you :-)
Happy Mother's… Continue
Added by Rebecca on May 3, 2010 at 8:00pm —
When the stresses of Motherhood become more then you can handle, where do you find refuge? Some might take a long bath when the husband gets home or hand the kids off and go for a run. Some might steal a moment to read the Bible to draw strength from The Almighty, while others will turn to drinking, perhaps to wash away their thoughts. I myself find it difficult to do any of these. Why, you might ask? Well, I’ll tell you why…
First of all, the most obvious choice would be drink… Continue
Added by Jenn DesAutels on October 8, 2009 at 1:36pm —
So... My first husband and I actually went to the same high school together. We started dating when I was 17. We got married when I was 19. I'm 32 now. Our oldest daughter is soon to be 12. Our younger daughter is 9.
I simply am not the girl I was when I was a teenager. I've changed, a lot. I've learned a lot as well. My husband and I grew apart. We get along very amicably and have a working arrangement for our girls.
Lately, I've been feeling the missing part of being a… Continue
Added by Erica on September 29, 2009 at 3:31pm —
As you know, I have been working with The Motherhood
as a correspondent for Kellogg's and Mom's Homeroom
to bring you an exciting new website made for mom's, a place where you can go to get answers to a wide array of topics. And today I bring you the… Continue
Added by Jennifer on August 26, 2009 at 7:31am —
Today, I will be bringing you our interview with Victoria from Mom's Homeroom. We asked her a few questions that we felt our readers would like to hear about.
Victoria is a third grade teacher and single… Continue
Added by Jennifer on August 24, 2009 at 3:02pm —
As you know, I am working with The Motherhood
as a correspondent for Kellogg's and Mom's Homeroom
to bring you an exciting new website made for you, mom's, for advice on a wide array of topics. I wanted to bring this news to my readers because the… Continue
Added by Jennifer on August 16, 2009 at 8:34am —
Today, I will be bringing you our interview with Jillian from Mom's Homeroom. We asked her a few questions that we felt our readers would like to hear about.
Jillian, a mother of two, is board-certified… Continue
Added by Jennifer on August 15, 2009 at 11:18am —