Tag Archives: motherhood

Mom Guilt

Before and after I had a kid I heard women say that they thought working made them a better mom. Among other things, they say that being away from their kid for part of the day helps them to be … Continue reading

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Think Of The Children/This Post Is A Real Downer

I know some women are transformed in motherhood. They feel the difference in pregnancy, in birth, in caring for a newborn. I didn’t. I don’t. I don’t doubt that motherhood will change me, immeasurably, I hope for the better. I … Continue reading

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Mother, There Is No Other

I told Husband toward the end of last year that nothing makes me feel more grown up than washing my sheets and towels regularly.* Today I’ve got something else to add to that list. Part of being a grown up … Continue reading

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