Sometime Mommies Cry

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Why Isn't Mommy In Any Picture? (A Letter To My Husband)

Original Post: dearest husband,Do you notice how I am conspicuously missing from the montage of beautiful photos above? The reason that I am missing is of course that I am always the one behind the camera....more

The Thing About Parenting Is

Thoughtfulness Thursday: Mother's Day

Thoughtfulness Thursday: Mother's Day I know that Mother's Day is a celebration for us that are mothers, but it can also be day of great sadness for many women that cannot become mothers....more

This Mother's Fears

This Mother’s Fears Elizabeth Stone had it right when she said, “Making the decision to have a child is momentous....more

The Best Mom Ever!


Thoughtfulness Thursday: "Mommy, Somebody Needs You"

Thoughtfulness Thursdays: "Mommy, Somebody Needs You" If you haven't read this post by now, you should:

Part 5, dysfunctional families

Hey faithful readers! The contents of this post has been removed because of recently signing a contract with a publisher :) Thank you so much for the support everyone!!! Stay tuned for more details. <3-River Rei Hayden"The night is long that never finds the day." - Shakespeare...more

Thoughtfulness Thursday: New Moms Get Nothing Done

I think y'all know that I love reading other blogs and finding posts that relate to my life. So I came across this post: a couple of weeks ago and thought I had to share it with you. Even if you aren't a mom, you can relate to it....more

Lesléa Newman and the Mystique of Lesbian Sexuality

Lesléa Newman is a Jewish femme lesbian, and the author of Heather Has Two Mommies, The Femme Mystique, and Pillow Talk. She celebrates lesbian women who embrace the “traditional” femininity that both the straight and gay worlds have often denied them. Her perspective celebrating femme helped to end a time when the lesbian community had aggressively embraced androgyny in presentation and behavior, part of a backlash against the “straight-seeming” butch/femme identities that had been omnipresent before about 1970....more