It’s really challenging to change the way we think about our bodies–especially since as adults we’re coming from a matured sexual perspective. The language we provide sets a precedent and perception on how we see ourselves, how the world sees us, and how we should feel about that. Continue reading
It’s one of those mornings where I’m drinking my coffee in the dark next to my baby while she sleeps. It’s been awhile since I’ve written anything and my brain feels like it’s going to explode because I have so much to share and so much I want to talk about. Continue reading
This article was inspired by a few things circulating on the internet lately, specifically; the debate about gender fluidity and how it pertains to the expectations we set for children and the language we use revolving around sex.
I am continuously shocked at how the concept of breastfeeding is such a controversial topic. So I’m here to help separate the feelings from fact. Continue reading
Yesterday morning I got an email from the school we were at this weekend stating that there was a confirmed case of Hand/Foot/Mouth Disease in the classroom we were in. As an added note, they mentioned the confirmed case of impetigo down the hall. That’s when I felt it. The crazy uncontrollable mom rage that happens when you think someone endangered your child. Continue reading
I’m. Tired. Of. Talking. About. This. Continue reading
One of the core principles of Montessori pedagogy is the understanding that the child fully develops themselves by means of experience in their environment. Continue reading