Category: Motherhood

The Colicky Shadow: A Short Memoir Series – Ep 2 & Conclusion (for now)

In “The Colicky Shadow: Ep 2 & Conclusion,” Shaunna K recounts her struggle with her unusually clingy baby who screamed constantly unless held. Despite misunderstandings from doctors and others, Shaunna clung to her love for her son, eventually embracing his neediness as a unique bond. She emphasizes the importance of maternal mental health and the resilience required in motherhood, aiming to highlight the often-overlooked struggles many mothers face.

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Adults Need to Learn

Many of us who have been there, know this phrase all too well. Many would follow with “yes”. But would that be true? Oh yeah. For many, they do put family first; but is that healthy? Is that right?

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Let Them Be Curious

Parenting is hard. There is no rule book for Dummies for being a parent because every child (and parent) is unique and one of a kind. There is no one size fits all. Therefore, it makes sense that parenting is one of the hardest things a person could do in their life—if you thrive to be a good parent. If the desire isn’t there, then I by no means want to encourage or talk up shitty parents—parents who don’t strive, you suck.

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