What did I get myself into? The first year of new parenting. Why didn’t anyone warn me what a war zone it was going to be? During that first year of newbie parenting, I felt like it was my personal duty to warn other new parents of what was to come. Perhaps I thought I […]
Author Archive | Jessie Bushnell
Our process of getting out of the house is a tricky event that has become a daily battle. I’ve accumulated a few tips along the way to help the process be a little more sane (and hopefully a little faster). There are many times when I imagine what getting ready in the morning will be […]
While this post was sponsored by Comadres Midwifery, the opinions expressed are shared organically from the perspective of our contributor and client of Comadres.
We are always teaching them something I remember very clearly how my temper was born. It had been blossoming inside me for as long as I could remember. I’d have frequent outbursts that told me I wasn’t in control of how to express anger. And then I became a teenager. My voice seemed to have […]
I’ve become incredibly inspired by natural movement due to an injury and my quest to heal myself. The concept is as simple as it sounds: moving your body dynamically, as it was designed to do, in order to gain strength and mobility, prevent or heal injury, and even live pain-free. Our modern age has seduced […]
“Jessie, I thought you had the baby already?” My face flushed and I hoped she didn’t notice – I didn’t want to make her feel bad. “I did, he’s right here!” Let’s change the subject, please. “He’s two months old.” I vaguely remember saying some words about postpartum bodies and Diastasis Recti, and blah blah […]
Hello, friends, we are so excited to share with you, a little bit more about our writers! For the next several Sundays, you will have an opportunity to learn about our writing team, who they are, where they live, and why we love them! Today, we are sharing about Jessie, who just joined our team […]