Tag Archives: children

Potty Talk

As I struggle with toileting adventures in my own home on a regular basis, I am grateful that today’s guest, Lynn, is here to share her story about potty training and judgment.  No little person, or their mama, ought be looked down upon for when or how they go to the bathroom. ~Amber In December […]

Expecting? Gender Expectations, Much?

I’m the mom to these two cuties.  A boy mom.  And while there is strong desire somewhere deep within me to have three children, I also know that it’s not what’s in the cards for us.  And, if I’m honest my gut tells me I’d have boy after boy no matter how many kiddos I […]

Same, Same Mom But Different

Today we welcome Erica to the blog.  I am absolutely in awe after reading her post.  In my opinion, it’s so incredible that it speaks for itself.  So, without further ado, and with great thanks for sharing the story of her motherhood journey with us… ~Amber photo by threelilbirds My name is Erica and I am […]

Miffed About Myths

We welcome Meagan Harris with End the Mommy Wars’ inaugural guest post.  When I asked moms on our Facebook which topics were most debated in their social circles, I was baffled at the diversity of the responses!  Meagan’s is the perfect first post because it addresses one of the more unusual of the mommy wars […]