At the beginning of the month I was asked by Social Print Studio to share a photograph in honor of Mother’s Day and tell the story behind the photograph. With the month nearly over I didn’t want to miss out on the opportunity. Plus, when you have a mom that takes as much care of you at 32 years old as she did at 32 hours old Mother’s Day is everyday.
I chose this photograph of my madre that was taken on September 13th 1980, her wedding day.
The past month has been super duper busy so here are the five things to know about this madre 16 months in.
1) We had our first ‘parents weekend’ away from Mo at the end of April. Five nights in Palm Springs with two other couples for a relaxing long weekend, might be worth a ‘5 things about PS’ post in the future. It was lovely and I look forward to going back- maybe even with Mo!
Last night my 20 year old sister, a college student, texted me to ask if she could get my thoughts on ‘body image’ for her Gender & Women’s Studies class. It was 10:30pm and I had to wake up early for a spin class so I was not in the mood. I liked the idea and loved the topic so after some tossing and turning and continued time this morning on the subject I put together a mini essay or sorts of the subject. She had only asked for a couple thoughts but I could not help but brain dump. Continue reading “#bodypositive”→
Today I get to bring you another #oneyearamadre post. I love sharing the different stories, emotions and experiences that come through when I ask friends to reflect on one year of motherhood.
This time from my friend and colleague Rivah. Her daughter Naomi turned one about a week a half ago and I promptly asked for a post. Rivah and I were pregnant around the same time and were able to confide in each other about all the awkwardness of pregnancy, the excitement and anticipation of becoming madres and the different struggles we both came across. Rivah has been the ying to my yang so I am really looking forward to sharing her post. Continue reading “#oneyearamadre by Rivah”→