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What I Know For Sure About Motherhood

Joy Page Manuel | Posted 05.08.2015 | Parents
Joy Page Manuel

The pain you felt giving birth becomes the ultimate standard by which all other types of pain shall be measured against. When you step on broken glass and end up with a gaping wound, you say, "Bah! This is nothing compared to when I felt as if my body was being literally split in half!"

30 Things I Want My Children To Know

Lauren Casper | Posted 04.22.2015 | Parents
Lauren Casper

Fear isn't weakness; it simply creates opportunity for courage. It's OK be to afraid. Tears aren't weakness, either. Crying means you have the strength to acknowledge and express your emotions.

7 Things Mom Taught Me About Living

Alexandra Rosas | Posted 07.07.2014 | Parents
Alexandra Rosas

Lesson #1: Tell a good story with a straight face, no matter how outrageous it is. Never crack a smile during the delivery, and if people say they don't believe you, tell them it matters not... you were there, and it happened.

Motherhood: Not for Sissies

Sherri Kuhn | Posted 07.09.2013 | Fifty
Sherri Kuhn

I wanted to take you by the shoulders and tell you that it would be OK. To yell over the hysterics and whining of your little helpers so you could hear my message loud and clear: These days of whining and snotty noses won't last. Really, I promise, they won't.