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Update November 2018. First, I can’t believe how many women shared their horrific pregnancy horror stories with me. I am beyond happy to know I am not the only one!
Pregnancy does the oddest stuff to our bodies. We are aware we will become large and sore. We are not aware that we will become leaky shitting machines.
So to all of the moms who have pregnancy horror stories please tell us in the comments or head over to this Facebook post and tell us here!
*Disclaimer, you may laugh your ass off or violently gag while reading this story.*
I was about 25 weeks pregnant when one of the most embarrassing things EVER happened to me. I was on a road trip with my mom and my son who was one at the time. We were out of town to soak up some sun and visit family. After a few days, we finally decided to head back home.
We stuck with tradition and ate at our favorite restaurant. My mom and I consider ourselves to be chicken wing connoisseurs. The spicier the wing, the better. If it doesn’t make your throat bleed then we are not interested.Continue reading
A hot mess mom is a mother who drinks enough coffee to give an elephant a stroke. She always has a box of wine ready to go when the kids fall asleep.
Hot mess moms embrace the messy bun and dry shampoo. She’s always running late so she probably didn’t shower this morning. Her clothes are probably covered in boogers and food. Who knows the last time she did laundry.Continue reading
*This post contains some strong language*
Holidays are the most wonderful time of the year. Right?
Sure, but they are also some of the most stressful times of the year.
Family. Expectation. Traditions. Presents. Food. Money. That’s why.
In our journey to live a more happy and positive life, we have learned how important it is to love ourselves!
Self-love can take some practice and you may fall down a few times. Especially when the self-doubt kicks in.
Self-doubt is when you second guess yourself. When you over think every little step in your life. Self-doubt is something we feel constantly as moms.Continue reading
Why do so many women let go of self-love once they become mothers? Is it because they give 100% of themselves to their families? Is it because they feel guilty for even thinking about themselves?
How can we live a stress-free positive life if we do not practice self-love?