If you missed the first Real Mom Breastfeeding Experiences: Jessica Stewart you can read it here. Breastfeeding can make us as mothers feel lonely like we’re on a journey all alone. Motherhood does this to us. We see moms rocking it on social media and we think we’re the only one going through these struggles. Related: Must
Breastfeeding can make you feel like you are alone sometimes. Just like motherhood. I have decided to interview breastfeeding moms who are just like you and me. In hopes that we can see that other moms are just like us. Though we all have our own struggles a lot of times there are moms going
I love simple. Easy and yummy. And this chicken salad is just that. This is hands down my favorite chicken salad. 5-ingredients and its done. I remember the little lady at church who would make this Chicken Salad and bring it on days we would have food. It quickly became my favorite. I love to
Once you decide to start eating healthier it can be easy to leave your family behind to eat like they normally do. Because it is easy and that is what they are already used to. But there are many reasons that will not work out. A lot of times you would rather just give up
School is right around the corner and even though we have plenty of heat left we all know Fall is next. In the South, it stays hot for so long but we still crave everything fall. Cooler days, football, cardigans and all things cozy. We have to get back into the swing of school time.
Breastfeeding is one of the best decisions I have ever made but it also the most challenging. Breastfeeding is not something you get to practice before you start your journey. And it is overwhelming because you know how important it is to get your baby fed. And let me stop to say if you stumble
I remember it like it was yesterday, being pregnant with my first baby. And wondering what in the world are all the right things to do? How do you have a healthy pregnancy? I already try to be healthy(ish) but when it’s only our own body we’re worrying about we can be a little more
I swear after having babies my memory is the worst. Maybe it’s from being sleep deprived or just the ‘Mom brain’ we have been given. I forget words, names, everything. Honestly, If I don’t write things down then I will probably forget to do it. I’m a list maker anyways. So the struggle is real.
Homemaking. I feel like is a term not really used much anymore. What is a homemaker? “a person, especially a housewife, who manages a home” (pulled straight from the internet definition). This word holds so much meaning. We as mothers are managing a home, that God entrusted us with. What an amazing job that can