motherhood


Our Birth Story: How I Became a Mother

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 By Nina Spears
Our Birth Story: How I Became a Mother | Baby Chick

All photos by Stephanie Shirley Photography. My due date had come and gone. And every day after felt like torture. Not because I was uncomfortable–yes, I didn’t feel completely amazing–it was because every. single. person. was texting me or calling me asking if I had gone into labor yet. Nope. No baby. I was still […]

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How I Overcame My Mommy Guilt

Tuesday, November 7, 2017 By Hannah Crews
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I felt like a failure as a mom. My 3-year-old daughter, Lace, had just started going to ballet and tap lessons. Class begins at 10AM every Friday, and it’s the one thing she looks forward to the most every single week. The morning of our third week of lessons, I rolled over to look at […]

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Why Being an Introverted Mom is Hard

Friday, August 18, 2017 By Cheyenne Bell
Why Being an Introverted Mom is Hard | Baby Chick

I’ve always known I am an introvert. It never really bothered me; it is just the way I am. But when I became a mom, being an introvert became a huge obstacle for me. In fact, becoming a mom has been one of the hardest things I’ve ever done in my life, thanks in great […]

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Becoming a Mompreneur: 8 Things I Wish I’d Known

Wednesday, July 26, 2017 By Katy Mimari
Becoming a Mompreneur: 8 Things I Wish I'd Known | Baby Chick

I can still remember the day that I thought of my business idea. That ah-ha moment of pure clarity, and terror, and dreams, and panic, and optimism, and balls. Yes, I know, I said balls. But let’s be really real for a moment–any entrepreneur of any age will tell you one of the biggest things […]

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10 Bad Habits Moms Need to Break

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 By Nina Spears
10 bad habits moms need to break

Motherhood is not for the weak. We all know that. It’s a tough job; if not the toughest. You have so much on your plate including molding a child into an independent, honest human being that will be a good member of society. No big deal. The problem that I have noticed though is that […]

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