Posts for motherhood Tag
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Children disrupt relationship dynamics in ways that no parent can adequately prepare for.
Digital Tent ON July 7, 2019 BY: DW McKinney
Writing down my list of lessons about the absence of life kicking inside of me allowed me to believe that...
Digital Tent ON June 10, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
I also wanted to create space for the humans who want to share their story but just don't feel safe...
Digital Tent ON May 25, 2019 BY: onourmoon
I never loved what I looked like to myself. I loved what I looked like to other people.
In the rare moments that I spoke of my grief, I only talked about the babies I had lost.
Digital Tent ON January 14, 2019 BY: Jessie Sage
I have been an angry mother. And I am not alone.
The way you move in the world and make decisions because of her.
Digital Tent ON January 13, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Everyone means well, but is there a point at which we need to stop asking women when they’ll have children?...
Digital Tent ON October 27, 2018 BY: Maggie Trela
The thought of becoming a mother makes me realize how fragile I truly am – so delicately pieced together, bracing...
Digital Tent ON October 27, 2018 BY: Lydia Mack
It was okay to be angry about other people’s, but feeling angry over hers, someone who was a sister to...
Digital Tent ON October 26, 2018 BY: Alexandra D'amour
I am worthy of being her mother despite being a brown-skinned woman.
Digital Tent ON September 23, 2018 BY: DW McKinney
I never imagined myself as Dad's Girlfriend. Before dating John* those words immediately conjured up either a very beautiful or...
Emotion ON April 30, 2018 BY: Amanda Kohr