My Mama Saga: Jacquelyn

Generally speaking, I pride myself on the fact that I purpose to raise “well-balanced” children. Exposing them to art, science, music, language and cultures from around the world has been especially high on my priority ...

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My Mama Saga: Wendy

From the moment I held my little girl, Emma, I dove headfirst into motherhood. To say I love being a mom is an understatement and I can confidently say I am pretty darn good at it. ...

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My Mama Saga: Marsha

Motherhood has profoundly changed my life’s course. My three kids are my enlightenment. I am constantly learning lessons from them: how to be aware in the present moment, how to be an example of responsibility and ...

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My Mama Saga: Rachel

  What has motherhood taught me? I can manifest my dreams! I am incredibly strong. I have so much fun with my son.  My inner-child has really come out. I’ve learned to receive help easier. ...

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My Mama Saga: Ivy

When I gave birth, we were unable to determine our new baby’s sex. We were living in a foreign country. My partner was working toward his PhD and I was assistant managing a restaurant instead of ...

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My Mama Saga: Kate

  Motherhood has made me a lot more efficient. The first thing I did after having my son, Theo, was to schedule most meetings for 30 minutes as opposed to an hour. Balancing work and ...

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My Mama Saga: Kristy

We moved across the country when my first child was five weeks old.   Becoming a mother wasn’t something that was even in my peripheral vision, until the day I took a positive pregnancy test ...

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My Mama Saga: Nicole

   Before I became a mother, my priorities were out of whack.  I was in the Navy, but was more focused on being young and going out. I knew I had a steady paycheck already, ...

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My Mama Saga: Amanda

   Pride month in our house is treated like a holiday season; not a glitzy, vacuous holiday season, but rather a month of finding space for community, sharing progress, and renewing commitment to fight for ...

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