Posts for Motherhood

Separate, Not Separate

Taking Flight September 14, 2018

We stayed up all night. Not uncommon for either of us, but uncommon to do it together these days. Now,…

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Telling the Story Right

Toddlers to Teens September 7, 2018

When the books slip from their careless stacks on the shelf, the lights blink out, and the prayers whisper “Amen,”…

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Your Very Own Moon

Babyhood August 31, 2018

Today the trees are blossoming, little buds making their way into the world. Birds sing, flitting from tree to tree in…

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Not Lost

Babyhood August 13, 2018

In response to “On Children” by Khalil Gibral I’m afraid that becoming a mom has made me a boring poet….

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