Tag Archives: parenthood

I Regret Having My Toddler (when we did)

My partner and I want to be in our thirties. I’m not really sure a better way of putting it, but the average life of a thirty-something is where we want to be. We both want to already be at … Continue reading

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Where do the rest of us fit into the “Mommy Wars”?

The so-called “mommy wars” has been well written about, and whenever I look at them, I wonder where the rest of us parents fit into it. On the breastfeeding vs formula issue, I imagine that it’s just assumed that two-father families, … Continue reading

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Bedsharing with Fibromyalgia

Bedsharing, and the baby sleeping best on me (little one alternates between which of the two of us are best to sleep on), are things I have really complex feelings about. I love snuggling up with my baby. I love … Continue reading

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We’re Just Parents

I wanted to start this blog because I thought it was important. Important for me to have a place to talk about issues that come up from dealing with pregnancy and parenthood while being transgender- and also important to give … Continue reading

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There is nothing wrong with how we feed our babies

Breastfeeding is something very dear to me. It’s also elusive as heck- our ongoing journey has been rocky. The ship has been smashed into the rocks far more often than we’ve had even a glimmer of smooth sailing. The metaphor … Continue reading

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Labeled Parenting

  I’m not opposed to labels. They’re valuable and have a very real place. Labels help sum things up so you don’t have to explain yourself every time you want to have a conversation about something. Labels help you find … Continue reading

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How terrible it is for our children to be like us

There’s a used book store not too far from where we live, a really amazing, huge one- and most of the children’s books are $1 each. We went the other day to check for school books, look for the series of parenting … Continue reading

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