7 things breastfeeding could do without

I love being a mother. It’s cliché, but it’s the best most amazing gift I have been given. The opportunity to raise three beautiful children that are a little bit of me and a little (sometimes too much) of their father is the best. What I have come to love even more than I thought …

you’re not alone

Failure. The word I branded myself with this time around. It was my third pregnancy and everything about it was the opposite of the previous two. My most recent pregnancy was difficult to say the least. Obviously, things could have turned out much worse, and I am so relieved and thankful that they did not. …

parent shaming needs to f*cking stop [#ScarletParent]

I am not talking creepy, joining a cult vow. Or marriage vows. Not even hand on the bible, under oath, in front of a jury of your peers vow. I am talking, promise to your self kind of vow. A vow to be on your best behavior, to not judge so quickly, and to remember you …

things pregnancy could do without

Third times a charm. So I’ve heard. And for many things, it is. Like extra helpings of mashed potatoes, or kittens and puppies, and kids. So here’s the deal, I love pregnancy (for the most part). I love the feeling that only a woman carrying a baby knows, that first time you feel them move, or when they get …