This piece was originally published on Her View From Home. Click here to read it. Dear mama, I see you. I see you, sitting on your bed, stealing a moment to yourself. I see the tears falling, a sense of failure weighing down on your shoulders. Why can’t the kids stop fighting? Why won’t the … Continue reading To the Mama Trying to Juggle it All
This piece was originally published on Her View From Home. Click here to read it. Today I designed a print for a mom on the other side of the world. It was for her baby girl who would have turned one today. One year ago, at the same time on the other side of the … Continue reading Let Us Be Women Who Embrace the Mothers Who Grieve
We’re in the beginning of a new season. A new chapter. And it’s awesome. If not a bit lonely sometimes.
Slow down, baby girl. There’s no rush. I thought these words to myself as you shakily walked across the room for the first time ever. My heart caught in my throat as I was suddenly overcome with conflicting emotions. I was so ridiculously proud of you. Never before had you made this trip on your … Continue reading Slow Down Baby Girl, There’s No Rush
I can’t remember the last time I slept through the night. Like I actually can’t remember. I know that it has been well over a year. That’s over 365 days I have been startled from my peaceful slumber, either from the discomforts of pregnancy or to the cries of an infant. So many, many nights … Continue reading Mama In the Still, Small Hours