Keywords: mother hood , pregnancy
I think we live in a world where no matter how connected we are, through social media, we all still feel alone. Most of us will not admit it. We feel alone even if we have a million followers, or we have a booked-up schedule with events and parties. Even when we have a family, friends, partners, kids, life is lonely. At the end of the day the only person inside your head is you. I cannot cure loneness but if I could help one person feel less alone than they did before that is more than I could asked for. As kid I was always told every feeling I had was wrong. Every thing I thought was wrong. The way the I looked, dressed, everything about me was wrong. I never wanted anyone to feel that way about themselves. Constantly trying to change everything about yourself to fit in. To be looked at as normal. I learned over the years that, that is not normal. I believe in letting my kids be who they are even if it’s not something I understand.
Keywords: book review , adulthood , childhood , love , parents , random ramblings , sibling
Now that I think about it, I really don’t remember when was the last time I had a hearty laugh. I envy you sometimes because you used to laugh for anything and nothing but still it used to be very genuine one. Laughing is the best medicine, now I understand why you used to be so healthy and now look at me, I seem like a shop of issues.https://letsimplifythings.wordpress.com/2021/08/17/me-and-my-childhood
Keywords: About , farm , life , live simply , slow living
Plus it is a journey we can take together. Work towards together, as well as learn alongside each other. And I hope we will achieve it one day!https://gatherandgroworganic.wordpress.com/2021/05/05/why-we-want-a-farm
Keywords: love , save the planet , adoption , adulthood , carbon footprint , childhood , family , life choices , maternal instinct , no kids , parents , relationships
When I was a kid, I didn’t ask myself such a question because I’ve always thought it was the thing to do, the purpose of every woman, the reason we find a partner and get married… It’s only when I turned 30 that I realised my mum would have been pregnant for the second time by that age. And I didn’t feel like I was going to be ready myself anytime soon. I heard a lot of comments such as “You’re turning 30 now, the clock is ticking!” but deep down I think I already knew it wasn’t for me. I didn’t know for sure until my little sister fell pregnant, almost 3 years ago. She announced it with pictures and I cried when I realised she was telling me she had a bun in the oven. I cried with joy, the news made my sister and her husband so happy.https://biggirlbigcity.blog/2020/10/23/do-you-want-kids