Joined 2 years ago from Oklahoma
I am a "20 something" stay-at-home-mom, which I have discovered to be both the most wonderful and the hardest career I have ever had. I have two wonderful boys who live at home with me ( 1 1/2 and 3 months old) and another wonderful 4 year ld son who lives with his biological father.
These children, along with my wonderful and hard-working husband, are my inspiration. I am constantly learning new things about myself and the world around me because of every day scenarios that my family creates, and each lesson is appreciated (though often met with comical frustration and a fistful of my rapidly graying hair).
I am delving into the pagan arts, realizing my desire for a closer relationship with nature and the hidden world around me. This, too, opens my mind to inspiration and the peaceful contemplation that can only be received through meditation and staying up EXTRA LATE after the kids have gone to bed.
I hope to one day be published.
2 years ago
As a stay-at-home-mom, it can be difficult to handle the burden of childcare on top of everything else without experiencing some intense emotions—not all of which are positive.
2 years ago
A guide to dealing with postpartum depression including how to notice the signs, how to talk to your family regarding your depression and needs, and what you need to know to better handle it yourself.
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