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!!!
Recently, a Facebook post, from a mom who insists that we all put our phones down when our children are around, has gone viral. She traded her phone for a pen and paper and tallied up her children’s glances in her direction.
28 times my loves would have questioned if they were alone emotionally. 28 times my kids would have been reassured that who you are online is what really matters