Motherhood

This weekend we had the honor of celebrating my mom. She turns 70 in November (doesn't look a day over 50) and my sisters and I threw a surprise birthday party for her. Let me just say, trying to keep a secret, plan and organize a huge party for the most helpful person in your life who couldn't help with it was tough! Not to mention, trying to avoid mom just popping over while we're getting tables, chairs, tents, and balloons delivered! I had a back up excuse for all of it and my brain hurt from coordinating each detail.… Read More >>
Have confidence in your voice. Value your words and the message behind them. Be honest with yourself and others. ❤️ I know there are times when I need the reminder to express my concerns, to pause and say "No" or to share something that has been weighing on me. Have confidence in your voice, choose your words wisely and act with positive intentions. I'm a very easy going girl and I can be a quick "Yes" person. Lately I've been working on taking a moment, a day or even a week to pause and evaluate the situation before sharing my… Read More >>
"Value your work." An important message from author, Melody Beattie. To me it means that, as mommies, we must value the work we do, sunup to sundown. Value the time and energy it takes to keep life moving forward in your house. Meal prep, mountains of laundry, the eternal picking up of toys.... And... Value the work you are doing as you take an extra 15 minutes to wander the route your curious toddler wants to go on your walk. Value the work you do as you sit and place blocks repeatedly in the matching space on the barn. Do… Read More >>
What a gift it is to journey into this world of birth with so many other women.  As a prenatal yoga instructor, I get to work with mommies expecting more than just a sweet little babe to kiss, snuggle and buy flippin' adorable clothes for!  My job connects me with women who are on the ride of their lives.  It is a magical time and it's a terribly nerve wracking one all in the same sweet breath.  Motherhood begins the moment you discover that fatigue and nausea is not what you thought it was...  I continue to find myself in… Read More >>
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