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dear adoptive mama | KLSD Mama Monday
Dear adoptive mama, Happy Mama Monday, ladies!! This week we're chatting with Chantea McIntyre, educator, blogger, and mom of 4, about the joys and struggles that come with adoption and infertility. She dives deep into the struggles behind infertility and the joy she has found through adoption. I myself have struggled with miscarriage and my husband and I often discuss adopting a child next rather than try and conceive again. Not because I have struggled an immense about but because I feel there are so many children who desperately need homes. This subject is something my husband and I still haven't...
dear working mama | KLSD Mama Monday
Happy Mama Monday ladies! This week we are bringing you an interview with Rema Koligian, blogger and co-owner of Butterfish and Heirloom Eats, all about the life of a working mama! This interview was one I related to heavily as a working mama of three littles. Momming in general is plain HARD. Whether you're a stay-at-home-mama or an out of the house working mama, we all experience our own struggles! There are so many stigmas associated with being a working mom. I am so happy to see that a lot of women in society have been working diligently to put an...
dear overwhelmed mama | KLSD Mama Monday
Dear overwhelmed mama, We are SO excited to relaunch #klsdmamamonday you guys. For those who don't know, KLSD Mama Monday is an exclusive interview series, where we interview women in all stages of Motherhood. We interview new moms, seasoned moms, stay at home moms, and working moms. We cover topics such as single parenting, comparison, depression, birth, adoption and so much more. We launched back in August with a powerful interview with Tawona about single parenting. She spilled out her heart about her struggles and strengths being a single mother has brought her through and it was beautiful. After launching...
dear single mama | KLSD Mama Monday
"Looking back when I first had her, and knowing I was going to be doing it alone, I was kind of nervous. But I told myself, "You know what, were going to suck it up and were going to do it, this is what we have to do."