Tag: motherhood

Staying Home: A Non Pandemic Story

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“You don’t have to work; you can stay home.” These are the words that many mothers would love to hear from their spouses. I...

She’ll Be All Right

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Right now, it feels like she has the weight of the world on her shoulders. Social media is full of anger. Anger about masks. Anger...

Five Solo Vacation Ideas That All Mothers Will Love

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Have you ever heard of a Solo Vacation? Yeah, I hadn't either until recently, but I am now planning my first one and am...

Forty and Pregnant

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Today is my 40th birthday. But there will be no big party and no wild celebration -- not even a single margarita (my favorite)...

What I Considered Before Having a Kid {Part 2}

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You may remember my post from before, What I Considered Before Having a Kid. That included all the things my husband and I thought...

What I Wish I Knew About Having Twins: A Letter to...

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Dear Me (of about three years and nine-ish months ago), I know you are in shock right now. You just found out that instead of...

A Thank You to My Toxic Mother

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I have been putting this post off for weeks. As a Knoxville Moms contributor, we always know well in advance when our next post...

To the Man in the Walmart Parking Lot

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One afternoon, I loaded the kids up to pick up some things. We needed more milk, diapers and wipes. I decided to go to...

Mother’s Day is Hard For a Lot of Us

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Mother’s Day. A day with intentions of being sweet, but a day that is so hard for so many. I never had an issue...

To My Daughter on Her Second Birthday

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Dear Daughter, Today you turn two. You are turning two during a time that is not like any other. We are quarantined, stuck at home....

What Will This Kid Say Next? Funny Quotes From My Son’s...

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My son turned three this week, and I can’t help but reminisce over the past year. He has grown and matured so much, and...

Investing in Me

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This feels like such a weird post to write. First of all, I am by no means an expert in this subject. In fact,...