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I Have Loved You MORE

Do you know how hard it is to be really honest with yourself?  -....this hard ( keep reading ).  For the last 6 months I've spent so much time mad at my husband I kinda forgot I loved him at all. I even said the " D " word...  a lot .  My postpartum depression and anxiety was in high gear and that word seemed like the only way to end our fighting -because having a baby made us ugly fight !  Really though -it was just a word . I didn't mean it but it was the only word harsh enough to equate to the feelings of anger and frustration I had as a new parent. Being a nurturing mother came pretty naturally to me but being a nurturing wife  did not ( CLEARLY ). As a nurturing new mother I so readily put my baby above all else that, if it meant I had to lose my marriage, I would - so I thought in my heated moments of anger . There's a saying... "The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother."  - It's true . As equally

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