emotion, life, motherhood, pandemic, self care, surviving motherhood, teacher mom

I’m not an octopus

Juliana and Hudson are my world, if you haven't already got that. But for the love of God, they are so needy, rightfully so. Being 3 and almost 5 is a hard job, trying to navigate your big feelings in this crazy chaotic pandemic of a world. Pandemic or not, being a toddler isn't all… Continue reading I’m not an octopus

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It pushes on the soul

Have you have had such big feelings that it pushes on your soul? Really really bad ones and really really good ones? I live for those good ones- the ones that make your soul jump into your heart. When you first find out you’re pregnant. When you first fall in love. When you’re with your… Continue reading It pushes on the soul

Babies, Toddlers, emotion, family, love, motherhood, pandemic, parenting, prayer, self care, Uncategorized

It’s all too much

How are you doing mamas? I am not well and I will admit it. As most of you know, I consider this my safe place to vent- a platform for mamas to share the good things, the bad things, and everything in between. We are living in an unprecedented time, a time where we have… Continue reading It’s all too much

Babies, Toddlers, faith, family, life, love, marriage, motherhood, prayer, self care

Gratitude & Fulfillment

Are you happy with your life? Do you feel fulfilled? Or only a little bit? It's totally not normal to feel fulfillment every second of your life because if you did, how do you know what it feels like? Those times of wonder and questioning your purpose is normal and totally okay. Those times help… Continue reading Gratitude & Fulfillment

dairy free, fasting, fit mama, nutrition, fitness, food, health, motherhood, nutrition, Recipes, self care, vegan

All Things Dairy Free

About a month ago, I found out I was allergic to dairy- swell up, look 8 months pregnant, painful bloating, constipated allergic.  Here are some great snack and food ideas when you are dairy free. NuGo Dark Chocolate Coconut, 12g Vegan Protein, 200 Calories, Gluten Free, 12 Count NuGo Dark Chocolate Chocolate Chip, 12g Vegan… Continue reading All Things Dairy Free

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More recipes/ my fave foods; mostly dairy free

Peanut butter pre/post workout balls- 3/4 cup gluten free oats, 1/4 cup peanut butter, 1/4 cup unsweetened shredded coconut, 1/4 cup real maple syrup, 1 tbsp vegan almond coconut protein OR flaxseed, 1 tbsp chia seeds. Mix it all up and roll into balls. Refrigerate! Sweet potatoes and spicy guac! Cut 2 big sweet potatoes… Continue reading More recipes/ my fave foods; mostly dairy free

Babies, Toddlers, emotion, family, motherhood, self care, summer, surviving motherhood, teacher mom, toddlerhood, you

My Last Summer

This may sound a little morbid, but this summer is hitting me really hard- the last summer of me. The last summer that I don't have to worry about my kids because they are still in daycare. The last summer I can sit on my unicorn float and read 3 books and day drink without… Continue reading My Last Summer

Babies, Toddlers, life, love, motherhood, self care, summer, surviving motherhood, toddlerhood

No more guilt

I remember when I had my first baby, I want to spend every second with her. I cried my eyes out for days and hours when I sent her to daycare for the first time. I actually hated everyone at work. I even wore her teething necklace to work. I am very fortunate enough to… Continue reading No more guilt

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What do you do?

I love. I mom. I run. I teach. I dream. I breathe. I dance. I feel. I get depressed. I feel run down. I cry. I compare. I get jealous. I feel. And guess what? That's okay. Why can't it be okay to feel all those feelings and have them sometimes overlap? Why do we… Continue reading What do you do?