5 Lessons I Learned During My Third Trimester

Mama Life, Pregnancy

I was pregnant for 100 years… Alright, maybe that’s an exaggeration. But my third trimester sure felt like 100 years. I wanted so badly to love every single aspect of my first (and possibly my last) pregnancy. I was exhausted and crabby all the time. I hated life. I couldn’t breathe, couldn’t sit down for longer than […]

April 23, 2018

5 Ways to Overcome Baby Blues

Mental Health, Parenting & Family

(This post may contain affiliate links. You can find my disclosure policy here!) When I brought my daughter home, I was on that birth high. Sleep had been non-existent in 72 hours, but it didn’t really matter. I had the most perfect baby and I was so certain that I had managed to escape the clutches […]

April 20, 2018

DID Personal Stories: Victoria

DID Personal Stories, Dissociative Identity Disorder

‘DID Personal Stories’ is a collection of autobiographies from people around the world living with Dissociative Identity Disorder. These stories are raw and unfiltered. Please be advised that some may contain triggering content. We hope that through sharing our experiences, we can spread awareness. I was diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder in 2015 following a […]

April 18, 2018

Put Your Phone Down, Mama

Parenting & Family

Put your phone down, Mama, when you’re feeding your child or you’ll miss these fleeting, precious moments. See her toes, the way they push and grab at your arm as you cradle her. The same toes that you plant tiny kisses on, the toes that will balance her for her first steps, and every step […]

April 6, 2018