What We’re Hearing
Five posts meant to support and inspire our parenthood.
New Mom’s Uncensored Photos Reveal the Beautiful, Messy Reality of Home Birth: Ruth Iorio socially shared her labor with a lot of descriptions and revealing photos. What are your thoughts about her social sharing of this very intense and what many consider a private experience?
Candace Cameron-Bure Loves her Submissive Marriage Role: Actress Candace Cameron-Bure says she’s chosen the submissive role in her marriage to hockey player Valrie Bure in order to make her “marriage and family work.” Wait. Before you cringe, consider the definition of submission. Is submission strength? Or, no way!?
Taking Off the Training Wheels: How one mom took off her own “training wheels” to teach her son with autism how to ride a bike.
Making Online Mom Friends: Scary Mommy’s blog features a post by the moms behind The HerStories Project. They argue that a connection is no less ‘real’ when it is made online. True? False?
Taking an I.V.F. Journey to Israel: A mom shares her decision to travel to Israel for a low-cost I.V.F The New York Times, “Motherlode” blog.
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