Raising Humble Humans

with Michelle Tate

We are built for this mom thing. Our bodies are made to be stretched and re-shaped in ways we didn’t think we possible. We were made to carry the extra weight even when it’s painful. We are built for labor and delivery. We are built to overcome the pain, and then continue to give our …

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As a new school years is again upon us, I’ve heard a lot of talk about the ongoing debate of how much pressure we put on young kids. Especially kindergarteners. Should they be playing more? Should they be reading already? Is a 7 hour day too much? There’s no doubt that my 7 year old …

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Can I be honest for a minute? When you first told me there was a shift in your office situation, and you would now be working from home, I panicked. Not because I don’t love seeing you, but I was terrified that you were about to cross into my domain during the work day. I …

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“What am I doing wrong?” It’s a question that pops into my head often as I spend my days raising babies. But the question really hits hard after my kids have spent time with their grandparents…without me.  It never fails, my kids come home from a day with the grandparents and bam! They walk through …

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I gave up caring what others think about me. I’ve realized I’d just rather not know. I’m better for all when I work towards bettering myself and my own version of goodness, instead of trying to fit other peoples visions of perfection. I gave up begging my kids for the perfect photo. I realized I …

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