In this episode, Samantha answers questions about how to have a fun summer while keeping routine, feeling overwhelmed with kids and having a grumpy attitude, feeling terrified to have first baby and how to handle kids fighting all day long.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this episode, Samantha talks about where she has been since march, how working on herself physically and mentally has helped her rediscover herself as a person. She also talks about being more transparent with people helps you and then and it is something we should all work on and to remember you are doing your best.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
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In this episode Samantha discusses taking time for herself the past few months to really take charge of her mental and physical health. Ways you can focus on you and how finding a balance between putting in 150% into her kids and home and herself has been a REALLY hard change but great for everyone. She also mentions a really awkward rollerblading moment that was not relevant to anything discussed.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this Episode, Samantha really opens up about her own mental health and self growth. She also discusses and encourages others to take the steps they need to make sure that they are okay and improving within themselves.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this weeks episode, Samantha talks about balancing time, how to keep the romance alive in your relationships, the struggles of getting pregnant, homeschooling and how it can be super overwhelming, and how she views herself as a birth worker.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this episode, Samantha discusses speaking up about how you really feel to people, how it is impossible to keep it together anymore and why our families must wait until we go crazy before they choose to respond to anything we say.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this episode, Samantha discusses homeschooling and how you are doing a great job regardless, how we all could do a better job at being more kind and loving toward others and how wine is tasty and animal crossing is life.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this episode Samantha talks about how we always say yeah let’s hang out when we don’t really me a it, ripping the bandaid off when it comes to what’s real and what’s not with our kids (tooth fairy story) and when the timing is right. And how sometimes we need to move forward without people and not everyone will be on the same life path as us and we have to accept that we create our own success.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this episode, Samantha answers questions about bed time routine suggestions, health and fitness tips while being home all day, recommendations on chores for kids and how to go about hiring a doula.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this episode, Samantha answers questions regarding when to head to the hospital in labor, when you should share your pregnancy, how to manage kids and quarantine and how to tell people you want a people free labor and delivery.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this episode, Samantha talks about the new "normal" of homeschooling [attempting], struggling mentally and emotionally during this crisis and she discusses change and how it can be a good thing.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this episode, Samantha talks about the Coronavirus and the chaos it's caused, she also discusses Impostor Syndrome and how we tend to feel like we are frauds in our own accomplishments.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
In this episode, Samantha talks with her sister about the joys of being an aunt, they laugh about Twilight, MySpace and funny guidelines if you're considering moving to central Oregon.Click here to chat about this episode in the Forum
i’m exhausted. i don’t want to ask for help anymore. why is it so hard for my loved ones to see me drowning and still not offer for to step up?!
I wish the holidays could be more about spending time with the people we love than feeling like we have to put on a show. There's always so much pressure.
motherhood is anything but glamorous. it's 9:30pm. my four and two year old are still up waiting for dinner watching avatar with daddy who's currently fairly bedridden. my ten month old is screaming for mommy. mommy now gets to nurse while going potty for second time today. yay.