Posts Tagged ‘motherhood’

What Kind of Mom-Friend Are You?

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As a mom, I have encountered and made friends with moms in different shapes, sizes and forms. These were the souls I met in church, in a seminar or conference, in school or kids’ extra-curricular activities.  Added to the list are old high school/college friends who have embraced motherhood too. I look at myself and my mom-friends […] Read more…

Am I Good Enough?

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I made a huge step recently by deciding to finally self-host my blog.  I was having those shoulda-woulda-coulda moments months before I turned 40. It was very timely (God’s timing) that our church mentors decided to facilitate an overnight retreat for the entire discipleship group. The retreat focused on Creating a Personal Life Plan and finding your […] Read more…

How I Find the Time to Blog

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This is an official entry to Dainty Mom’s guest post challenge, on “How to Find the Time to Write or Blog.” This question really got me thinking…I must confess that in the past, I have failed to write anything on my blog. The reason would be is that I was busy…really? I think the word […] Read more…

Free Milk for Babies

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I was a senior in high school back in the 90’s when our English teacher asked us to visit the library. We were told to search for subjects that might interest us for our term paper. As I rummaged through the old books and encyclopedias, I stumbled upon an article on breastfeeding in a woman’s […] Read more…

Mom’s Milk

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Created June 24, 2011Breastfeeding is still best for babies…I was a young girl when I first a mother breastfeed her child.  I was shocked to see our helper exposing her breast while her little baby boy tried to latch on. I tried to figure out what she was doing then I realized she was feeding […] Read more…

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