Love On, Little Man.

"I think there’s a reason many species are matriarchal in the animal kingdom—Mamas are freaking fierce. Many talk about the abnormal strength you get via adrenaline when we’re face-to-face with fierce physical obstacles—but we don’t talk about the abnormal strength you get via oxytocin, when faced with the emotional complexity and obstacles of love. Both hormones give you the means to protect—but one also gives you the reason to. And I (subjectively) think the reason to is a lot more powerful... Love"

Memoirs of a former parent judge(r).

“Can we all just talk about the fear perpetuating elephant in the room? When it comes to parenting and well, life, can we all just admit we have no idea what the hell we’re doing (and that’s OK) while also acknowledging that each one of us is doing the best we can. And oh dear god, stop the shaming...”

My Little Intuition.

“We are so proud and happy to be raising you alongside our two beloved dogs. I think they will teach you so many valuable lessons, starting with the most basic and necessary: love, responsibility, humanity, compassion, and empathy. I also hope growing up with dogs allows you to see life through their eyes, and see past the superficiality of people, to see people and assess situations by their type of intuition, which is all too often more accurate than our own. They see goodness in raw form, I don’t know how, but they do...”

Moments.

“At the end of each day, I recognize that I have more than I’ll ever need and those before mentioned hesitations were just that, unnecessary hesitations. It was my own lack of confidence to be a mother or maybe the need to feel that everything needed to be perfect that got in my own way, otherwise, I would have had you oh-so-much-sooner. We may not be in a house yet, but you’re here, happy & healthy, so to me, that’s a ‘perfect’ time and condition...”