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Motherhood and Modesty: the Perfect Paradox.

Modesty. Modesty. Wherefore art thou modesty? Ah, ever so distant, idealistic, unappreciated modesty! One dictionary definition defines modesty as having: “propriety in dress, speech, or conduct.” Cue uproarious, uncontained, almost deranged laughter. 1.615 kata lagi

Pregnancy

Babies have trials too...

SWEET JESUS WAS TODAY ONE BIG HUGE TEST OF MY PATIENCE.

Apparently, Jayla is in the process of cutting some more teeth. I kind of figured that was the problem, because the last few nights she’s been sleeping terribly–waking up every hour or two–and she’s been biting everything, including my nipples (I know, TMI, but this is my life and my blog :-) Today, she unveiled the fullness of her teething wrath. 643 kata lagi

Introduction

My crash course into parenting was more crash than course, when at 26 weeks I found myself on bedrest in a hospital, hoping I could hold my son in for the next three months. 269 kata lagi

Family

Milk-sharing, a historical perspective- Wet-nursing

“Breastmilk is always the right temperature; it has the correct balance of lipids, proteins, and sugars. It is medicinal, nutritious, and, to a baby, delicious.” 562 kata lagi

Milk Sharing

A Review: Boost Your Breast Milk by Alicia C. Simpson

Month:
July, 2017
Currently Reading:
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver
AND
TO BE ANNOUNCED

It’s amazing to think that this will be my first book review for you all to read. 684 kata lagi

Blog

Pause.

And as she sleepily suckles in lazy rhythm, her eyelashes tickling their sun stained cheeks you reflect. Sprawled across you, their fingers in lyrical twitches to the song of sleep, play soaked feet claiming your nearest available limb. 125 kata lagi