The world is opening back up, and our “new normal” is looking a whole lot more new than normal. There is still a lot of uncertainty, and I think a lot of us may be wondering when will life feel like it used to. Will it ever? Instead of dwelling on that tailspin of a question, I’d rather spend some time talking about what I - and we, collectively as moms - have learned during this time of quarantine and social distancing. We may all come from different backgrounds and walks of life, but I’d wager that we all walked away with a few foundational learnings that apply no matter who we are or where we live. Let’s discuss.
It never fails, whenever I am out with my wonderful and amazing son, there are always stares.
Being a mom is like navigating a Lego minefield while blindfolded. The likelihood that you’re going to walk away with a few cuts and bruises is high, but if you pay attention, you may be able to navigate through more smoothly next time. This is motherhood in a nutshell. We all make mistakes, but we learn from them and we can also learn from each other.
"Sorry I like this. The kids have been a little difficult lately and I haven't had time to shower."
Hygge (pronounced HUE-gah) is a Danish cultural phenomenon that's gone global. Here's what it's all about—and how you can get your cozy fix.