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A Mom, A Wife, A Warrior

Those who know Ileana would most definitely agree that she is the picture of strength. As long as I have known her, I have known that she is a woman who is not afraid to live life and stand up for what she believes in. She is a natural leader in every aspect of her life and motherhood is no different. Just one meeting with…


Added by Nicola Rios Nogales on February 8, 2017 at 6:19pm — No Comments

A Miracle Baby for an Earth Angel

In this week’s feature, Amazing Mom Ren McMillan, bravely shares the story of her miraculous pregnancy and the blessing of her precious son.

On her struggles with illness and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome:

I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis at a young age. For the rest of my teen and adult life I have been faced with a host…


Added by Nicola Rios Nogales on January 11, 2017 at 7:42pm — No Comments

In a Divided World, Teach Love

It has been difficult for me to blog lately. It’s really hard to write posts on potty training, picky eating or preschool, when there are bigger things weighing on my mind. When I sit down to write all I can think about is the divisiveness and violence that has become commonplace in our world. I see shell-shocked and broken children in Syria, fatherless families of innocent citizens, fatherless families of police…


Added by Nicola Rios Nogales on September 21, 2016 at 4:03pm — No Comments

5 Truths from the Pits of Potty Training

A few days ago as I was working on my computer, I noticed that my toddler had suddenly gone quiet… hardly ever a good sign. I quickly looked up and around just in time to see him walking out of the bathroom. He had the biggest and cutest grin on his face. He was proud! In just seconds he had attempted to go potty on his own. Pants…


Added by Nicola Rios Nogales on August 22, 2016 at 4:46pm — No Comments

10 Reasons Why Working From Home is a Nightmare

Several years ago, as a single, almost thirty, Sales Manager, I had a web conference with a client who was working from home. I remember how miserable this woman sounded as she juggled her screaming baby and my probably irritating questions about the value she found in my company’s product. At the time, I thought “this woman should be happy, she is able to maintain an amazing career in Marketing and be a mom simultaneously.” I thought this to be a…


Added by Nicola Rios Nogales on August 17, 2016 at 5:20pm — No Comments

A Few Words for Breastfeeding Shamers...

I awkwardly pulled the strap of my dress down and held my baby close to me, while trying to cover with a blanket. Since we were both still learning how to feed, I felt frustrated, nervous and anxious as I juggled trying to get my daughter to latch right and covering up simultaneously. I nervously looked from side to side, just in time to receive my first disapproving look from an elderly woman. She looked right at me and shook her head and made a face that screamed disgust. I felt…


Added by Nicola Rios Nogales on August 17, 2016 at 5:16pm — No Comments

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