This event is for pregnant women and mothers parenting children ages zero to two — foster and adoptive moms included.
In this episode, we hear from Stephanie, who is an accomplished professional, community supporter, and a mother of two. She is also a Black woman.
Beth and Emily -- and a few friends -- discuss how they are handling (or not handling) the holidays this year. We also talk about an upcoming VIRTUAL EVENT happening on November 7 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.. It's Home for the Holidays :: A Virtual Moms Night In.
For some of us, the month recognizing pregnancy and infant loss is a sad but distant reminder of another mama's reality. For others, October marks a much more personal and profound grief -- the remembrance of littles we have loved and lost too soon.
"My kids will never have food on their face in public" and other statements made loudly and confidently prior to kids . . . that's what episode 28 is allll about. Beth and Emily dish on the many times they have "eaten their words" since becoming a mom.
I don't know when or where the notion appeared in modern motherhood that mothers were to be the end all be all for our kids, but that notion is killing our moms' hearts and minds.