It was still dark when my son woke me up, crying. “Shhh, shhh, honey,” I soothed, stroking his hair. “Do you want to nurse?” “No, Mommy,” he said, “you don’t … Continue reading A Progression of Farewells
I know that a number of my readers are current or former (or future!) nursing moms, so I thought I’d post about this here and invite you to participate in … Continue reading Calling All Blogging Mamas!
Update: This used to be a video about how women should be the ones to choose how they dress and how much they cover while nursing in public. If you … Continue reading Covering Up: It’s a Feminist Issue
First off, I went to aikido Monday night. I can’t decide if I like it or not. I really don’t like trying new things. And I think I may have … Continue reading What I Want to be Remembered For
For her book, Bluebird: Women and the New Psychology of Happiness, Ariel Gore interviewed hundreds of women about their experiences of and beliefs about happiness. In the end, she found … Continue reading A Moment of Clarity
After one week of my Happiness Project, I was feeling dejected and discouraged. I had given myself what I thought were pretty simple resolutions. Breathe. Be Aware of Judgmental Thoughts. … Continue reading A New Focus for Week 2
Welcome to The Breastfeeding Cafe Carnival! This post was written as part of The Breastfeeding Cafe’s Carnival. For more info on the Breastfeeding Cafe, go to http://www.breastfeedingcafe.wordpress.com. For more info … Continue reading Child-Led Weaning: Breastfeeding Cafe Carnival Post