Changes Are Coming

If you follow our social pages, you may have seen my post the other day about changes coming. If not, I basically said to get ready for some changes – more realness, hard conversations, more stories, interviews on our podcast, and so much more. I haven’t done exactly what I set out to do so far and at this point, I need to make some changes.

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For as long as I could remember people have doubted me. They’ve said all the things I couldn’t do or wouldn’t be able to do. I never understood why, but it was my driving factor. I had this watch me attitude and a middle finger in the air as I did all the things people thought I couldn’t do. Then I went on to do more and more. Eventually the doubt stopped bothering me and I started doing things for myself. I became ambitious.

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Change Isn’t Bad

I think sometimes we live in a world where people get so set in their ways that they refuse to see things any other way. It comes in many forms and sometimes that means the best of people get hurt in the process. Don’t take it personally and know that it’s not you, it’s them. Don’t let people destroy you for anything you are or do.

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Seeing My Growth

The crazy thing about growth is that it happens over time, but you don’t always notice it. The one day you notice it. Things are different, you’re different. It’s not a bad thing, it just happens. You will experience growth throughout every aspect of your life and within yourself. Recently I’ve noticed my own growth.

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30 Day Challenge Update

Today is day 30 of my 30 day challenge I set for myself. Boy was my rough draft really a rough draft. If you haven’t read it yet, you can read it here. I learned a lot the last 30 days and have redefined my challenge ‘guidelines.’ I didn’t really know what I needed until I started and I have decided to continue into a 60 day challenge.

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She Misses Me Now

The last year has been crazy. We’ve navigated our way through quarantine, a pandemic, devastating fires, and distance learning. Our world was turned upside down and we adapted the best we could. Was it easy, no, but we did the best we could. Sometimes that’s all you can do.

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Why Are Moms So Quick To Judge Other Moms?

Last week one of my amazing supporters asked a great question, “why are moms so quick to judge other moms?” While I did answer her with my opinion in my last Q&A, I would like to dive more in depth into it. Mom shaming or judgement from other parents is something we’ve all had to deal with at one point or another. Why? Let’s find out.

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Q&A To Celebrate Our 150th Blog

I’m so excited to be celebrating the 150th blog on Sassy Mamaroo. I really couldn’t have done this without all the love, support, and all the amazing people that have shared their stories. Today I’ll be answering the questions you asked and wanted answered, aside from the few more complex ones. They deserve a full breakdown and answer.

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In The Blink Of An Eye

March 7th 2006 my water broke. It was a flurry of emotions. I was terrified, excited, scared, happy, sad. My hormones were all over the place and I was to young to fully understand all that I was about to go through. Checking into the hospital made it real. I was having a baby, now today. A mere 8 hours later at 5:03 AM my baby boy was born. This sweet precious chubby face. I did it. I had my baby.

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Your Mental Health Doesn’t Define You

“It was a normal day. She took her kids to school. Cleaned the house. Went to work. Made dinner. Cleaned again. Prepared everything for the next day. As she went to wash her face before bed, she cried. Tears streamed down her face uncontrollably. To hide her tears she hopped in the shower. Crying in the shower meant no one would notice right? As she stared in the mirror eyes red and puffy she felt a sadness…..”

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