Tag: motherhood

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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We ALL Have Rituals

rit·u·al?/?riCH(o?o)?l/?noun?a religious or solemn ceremony consisting of a series of actions performed according to a prescribed order.?”the role of ritual in religion”?adjective?relating to or done as a religious or solemn rite.?”ritual burial”?A ritual, for me, is the act of many of my mundane tasks that I take great care and enjoyment doing.?We All Have Rituals

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Moms with a Chronic Illness along with a Newborn (who is also colicky) – How to survive!

Introducing a Mini-Series here on Kratom Girl YouTube channel on tips and advice for getting through normal life situations but with a chronic illness. This video is about Moms w/ a Chronic Illness to Newborns (who are also colicky) —- Very little is found on YouTube in support of mothers who have a colicky baby but who also lives with a chronic illness/pain. I live with a chronic illness (fibro, neuropathy, and degenerative discs disease), so having a newborn baby while dealing with a lot of daily pain is HARD. I didn’t have much help at all, let alone advice that actually was for a mom like me.

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