Tag Archives: guest posts

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 […]

What kind of mom are you, anyway?

Today we welcome Amber Rhea, a PPD Survivor Mama and a regular guest blogger at Beyond Postpartum, to ETMW.  Since we created this community, I have been anxiously awaiting a post from Amber simply because I love the perspective that she brings as someone who truly exemplifies intentional and unique parenting.  Amber brings diversity to […]

Just Wait…

Today we welcome first-time mom Kelly to the blog.  She brings the perspective of having been inundated with what she feels were inaccurate and unfair “warnings” about pregnancy and motherhood, usually via sarcasm or joking.  She and I talked long and hard about this post in its original form, as I had personally experienced the […]

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 […]

Breast Wasn’t Best for Me

I am pleased to welcome ETMW community member Holly to the blog today.  As many of have been, she is a victim of judgment over feeding circumstances for her son.  She brings the unique perspective of being an American who gave birth and experienced the her child’s early months in another country.  Thanks to Holly […]

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 […]