Home for the Holidays :: A Virtual Moms Night In happens on November 7, 2020 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. right in the Home for the Holidays event space on the Fort Worth Moms Facebook platform. Home for the Holidays will feature video classes, engagement opportunities, and GIVEAWAYS GALORE.
Fort Worth Moms is part of the City Mom Collective, and is a premier parenting resource for Fort Worth and the surrounding north Texas cities. For Immediate Release Fort Worth, Texas — Fort Worth Moms will be hosting a VIRTUAL moms night in called “Home for the Holidays” happening November 7, 2020 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. This […]
Before I became a mom, I thought I was okay and that I had healed from my childhood. However, after my daughter was born, I quickly found out that I hadn’t.
I have been a mother for two and a half years, and I am just scraping the tip of the iceberg of my trauma.
I started the meeting by asking if I might give some perspective, noting that I had failed to offer them important insight to my child. Instead of assuming they knew what I did, I asked if they would allow me to help them understand my child so we could all work toward solutions.
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