Tag Archives: motherhood

How Could a Mom Regret Having Children?

      9 Comments on How Could a Mom Regret Having Children?
Unprepared-when-mothers-regret-having-children

A friend of mine recently sent me a link to an article that I’m having a hard time wrapping my mind around. The author was investigating “the growing movement of women who wish they’d never had kids.” I read every word of the article, completely bewildered. The notion that enough mothers feel remorse over having had children to constitute “a… Read more »

Letter to a Weary Mom

      4 Comments on Letter to a Weary Mom
Letter to a Weary Mom -- http://lovinglifeathome.com

Do you hang on to old letters, so you can read them again and again? I do. Especially now that handwritten notes have become such a rarity, I enjoy leafing through that stack of saved correspondence, rereading the expressions of love and appreciation and encouragement recorded there, along with a wealth of old news and commentary. One of my favorite… Read more »

Don’t Waste Your Girl Power

      10 Comments on Don’t Waste Your Girl Power
Don't waste your girl power | a guide for using your feminine fortitude to its full advantage

We hear a lot about female empowerment these days…but how should we define it? What does an empowered woman really look like? Is she wealthy? Is she world-famous? Does she radiate prestige? Does she command the respect of her peers? Does she carry political clout? Is she her own woman? Completely autonomous? Answers to no one? Is girl power something… Read more »

Connect with Me Online