Few things in life are more upsetting than seeing an endless series of negative pregnancy tests when you want a family more than anything. Knowing you're not pregnant, especially if you sincerely believed you were, can be a difficult obstacle to get past. Each woman deals with conception problems in different ways, but a proactive approach that allows for plenty of time to … [Read more...] about How to Get Over Knowing You’re Not Pregnant
Search Results for: knowing
September 21st, 2009 Good Morning, m’Ladies. I started writing a book a few years ago. I just found it on my computer today and thought I would share the first page with you. The issues are pertinent today, and it’s what some of you have been stuck on the fence about. I owned a good business at the time, but was deciding if I should sell … [Read more...] about Knowing When to Pull the Plug on your Career
For most of us, summer is a bit different than the school year. It’s summer camp instead of school and that rhythm is very different than that of school days. Whether you’re a working mom or a mom who stays home (or maybe you work from home), getting back into the groove when school starts can be tough. Want some ideas on getting that morning routine reset as kids head … [Read more...] about Tips to Get Your Morning Routine Back on Track for Back to School
Motherhood can be a dream. Nothing compares to welcoming your own children into the world, to watching them take their first steps, to hearing their first words, to seeing them make friends, go to school, graduate, begin their careers, start families of their own... Motherhood can also be a nightmare. Nothing is more agonizing than watching your children hurt, bullied, or in … [Read more...] about A Matter of Life: Suicide Awareness and Prevention
We took three “First Day of Kindergarten” pictures this year. There was our son's first day of virtual kindergarten – August 24. Then his first day of hybrid kindergarten – November 10. Two weeks after that, we went back to all-virtual school. We started round two of hybrid kindergarten again at the end of February. And then, finally, in April, we took our son's “First Day of … [Read more...] about We Survived Virtual Kindergarten!