Mothering a new baby during a pandemic

It’s one year since COVID-19 arrived and seven months into caring for and nurturing my son. Mothering, during this pandemic, is both emotionally and mentally exhausting. At first (finish reading and you will understand why I say at first), I was feeling guilty and sometimes terrible that most of our friends and family are yet […]

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Hey Mother … Take Care of Yourself

I recently saw a post about motherhood being lonely, and mamas not finding time for themselves and friendships. What gave me pause, were the comments in support. Essentially, the post and caption to go with it highlighted a women’s struggle to maintain friendships and care for herself. She was so consumed with being there for […]

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Parenting & Keeping the Spark Alive

Being a parent (not just a mother) in a relationship can be hard, between all the diaper changes, feedings, tidying up,  and other “parent” things,  your partner can be forgotten. However, if you and your partner share responsibilities and communicate effectively, this can really help with keeping the spark alive.  I’m still in the honeymoon […]

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PCOS and Cysterhood Support -Guyana

PCOS, have you heard about it? Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, maybe you’ve heard about this? Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS, according to PCOS Challenge, “is a serious genetic, hormone, metabolic and reproductive disorder that affects women and girls. It is the leading cause of female infertility and a precursor for other serious conditions including obesity, type […]

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