I am so fortunate to have the family and friends that I have, they’re more than what I could have ever asked for. They know my needs more than me at times. SO many people have been here to help me up after I’ve fallen. Even to intervene before a fall has taken place, the […]Read More Valentine’s Day
I had a brief exchange the other day with a facebook friend about temper tantrums. She’s a mom of a 3-week old and a step-mom/coparent to a 5-year old; she believes that temper tantrums are avoidable. I do not. She believes that kids should do as the parents says and I would like to qualify […]Read More Frustration
I don’t have a fun picture to post of my mom bod and this will not be an analytical piece like I said I would like to make in my last post. This is my first post of 2019 because it’s something that all women deal with due to our fluctuating curves. Mine just happen […]Read More Body Positivity
Rafael M San Juan Primavera Originally, this post was suppose to be an art review (don’t count me out just yet). A little about the piece, it was made by Rafael San Juan for the detrás de los muros exhibition in the Bienal de La Habana 2015 and was donated to be a […]Read More Primavera
When I began the blog, I had intentions on being a ‘mom blogger’. I assumed and chose topics that covered basic ‘mom’ taking care of baby processes. I wrote about washing bottles, because these were ‘mom’ things I hadn’t thought about prior. I had so many ideas but they felt so impersonal and in my […]Read More WTF? What even is a ‘Low Key’ Nurturer?
I am reading The Conscious Parent by Shefali Tsabary at the recommendation of a friend of mine who recently had her son. Congratulations Kimari! She is an avid book reader and a great mind that I admire, so I took the suggestion to heart and began reading it (better late than never). I’m going to […]Read More The Conscious Parent
This weekend, I learned the importance of understanding the intentions that motivates someone’s (in)action. I have an amazing father that is not my blood, nonetheless he is an absolutely amazing man and father. He’s caring, honest and always speaks highly of me and my son. He has raised me for the past 20 years and […]Read More Father’s Day
Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.