Tag: mommyhood

The Birth Story Circle

Here are some pictures from our recent Birth Story Circle! This is a magical time of sharing, listening, and bonding like none other. We come together as strangers and open up about the intimate moments we became mothers, our birth stories, ...

What To Do When You Don’t Like Your Husband Anymore

I've been trying to pass this article off on our writers for quite a while now, but no one was biting. Deep down I think it's because I'm the one who is supposed to share about this. -Krystle K. Having kids can actually be very detrimental to ...

6 Things You Should NOT Say To a New Mom

Entering the world of parenting is a tough gig and hurtful comments do not make it any easier.  by Nikki Pennington | Staff Writer for The Snap Mom I recall very vividly being a young and scared new mom. The day we were discharged from the ...

When Being A Mom Is Too Overwhelming

I write to you in the middle of my meltdown.Not sleeping (I can thank my two little angels for this), being close to 30 weeks pregnant, and trying to balance 2 businesses and my family have done me in this week.I raise my white flag of mommy ...

6 Parenting Moments I Now Miss That Totally Annoyed Me at the Time

I'll be honest, I'm currently living out #1 with my girls and CANNOT wait to "miss it." By Alisa Schindler | Article Source  Every morning, so early my eyes could barely focus, I would stand downstairs in the kitchen, preparing very ...

What NOT To Say To Moms With Twins

I have many friends that have twins, and EVERY TIME I go out with them, I hear one of these questions.... #6 makes me want to scream! Please share this article so we can stop the madness! haha -Krystle K (Article Source) 1. Are They Twins? ...

Dear Mom on the iPhone: You’re Doing Fine

Jennifer Hicks nails it here with her thoughts on seeing another mom on her iPhone at the park. While moderation is key with anything, parenting can be a tough and isolating job, and at times, our phones are the only link we get to the rest of the ...

Parenting to the Lowest Common Denominator

Jamie Krug blew me away with this. I definitely felt the tug of conviction about how I myself have held my children back based off of my own fears. This was such a good reminder to let go and loosen my grip. - Krystle K "Parker is almost ...