These friends, from Australia, only 4 weeks apart in gestation, share their joint bump pic to shed the “bump shame” so often found online. It started as an innocent picture between friends but turned into a statement that everyone’s bumps look different and the criticism of women’s bodies needs to stop. As long as mom and baby are healthy it doesn’t matter if it’s “too big” or “too small”. Everyone carries differently.… Keep Reading!!!
When I first started this blog my intention was to keep our family informed during the adoption process. I had no idea blogging would connect me with so many like-minded people, as well as provide an outlet for my thoughts.
Here are the top reasons I love to blog:
There are no rules-
I can dedicate an entire ridiculous post to why I have a phobia of blood pressure cuffs, and no one can stop me.
Okay, there are rules- … Keep Reading!!!
I know it i has been awhile since I posted on here. I wanted to address my background story with the TIME cover, but not dwell on it.
Kellymom.com did a Q and A with the four mothers (myself included) that participated in the photo shoot. It explains what happened from our perspectives and is definitely worth a look:
You Asked. They Answered TIME’s AP Moms Take Your Questions
I believe that article says all I needed to say, so … Keep Reading!!!