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Womanhood

The category of Womanhood features articles for every woman from all aspects of female life — health, relationships, aging, and growing together!

Fort Worth Moms publishes original, personal stories and advice from local moms, as well as relevant and fun information for those of us in the trenches of parenthood. 

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The same questions I asked my plants are the same questions I must ask myself. Am I getting enough water throughout the day or am I parched? Have I soaked in the sun’s goodness, while being adequately lathered in sunscreen, during my daily walk or while playing in the backyard with my son?
Every responsibility we take on (and go above and beyond for) takes something away from us. We are constantly pouring into others. But we all know you can't pour from an empty cup.
You see, becoming a mother isn't always about remembering who you were before. Sometimes it's about finding who you are now. I don't know where my passions will lead me in the long run. Maybe I'll be a doula forever, or maybe I'll go back to school to become a midwife. Who knows. One thing is for sure: Becoming a mother didn't take away my identity.
As women, we’re always working against biology’s clock when it comes to having children. Being proactive about seeking answers is one of the most important things a woman can do.

Struggles of a Working Mom

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I read this blog post the other day and it really got me thinking about being a guilty working mom. So let me start with a statement: I am a mom of 2 and I work outside of the home. I...
I will always want to be with you. I will still find ways to sneak away with you on on quiet afternoons, relishing whatever moments we can steal together.
The amount of shame I felt about breastfeeding was intense. Not only did I feel like I failed her, but I also felt shamed by my husband's family.

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A Guide to Pools, Splash Pads, and Water Parks in the...

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Summertime is HOT in Texas, so staying cool is a must. Head to your local splash pad — or find a new one in this guide to pools, splash pads, and water parks in Tarrant County.