CATEGORY ARCHIVES: Why I Love Being an Early Mama
Well maybe not all along — maybe not when we were staring at a positive pregnancy test, imagining our lives (and our careers and our relationships and our bodies) circling the drain. Maybe not when we felt stares at the grocery store
I wrote about this on our Facebook page and on Babble.com, but in case you missed it, this might be a major perk for us early mamas. A major perk that directly negates so much of the negativity surrounding
I’ve gone through somewhat of a personal evolution since starting Early Mama: learning how to be a good mother, then striving to be a better wife, and now? Now I’m turning the lens inward, focusing on myself — my health,
I know this is hard for a lot of people to understand, considering my age and the young-ness that I “settled down” — but I have partied. Kind of a lot. I went to bars long before I was legally
I started a series called “Why I Love Being an Early Mama” about 6 months ago, to list some of the benefits of choosing this earlier-than-the-norm path. We all know the drawbacks — drilled in from a society that says
He runs across the grass, searching for hills and obstacles. You go this way, I’ll go that way. We’ll meet in the middle, he tells me. With authority. It’s New Year’s Day — Justin’s last day of vacation, our last
Continuing with our Why I Love Being a Young Mom series… This one can be flipped as a positive or a negative, depending on the way you look at it — but surprise, surprise, I’m choosing to be optimistic.
While other 25 year olds are lacing up corsets and sucking in their bare (freezing) bellies, I’d much rather be doing this.