Should I Comfort my Crying Baby? Thinking about crying from a baby’s perspective. After yesterday’s honest and vulnerable piece from Hailey, I asked her what she thought should follow it. She brought herself back to the time when she was Continue reading 12 Things Your Crying Baby Wants You to Know
When my oldest child was born, I hid. I kept secret the fact that we shared a bed, that I breastfed him almost around the clock and that I never, ever accepted his crying as necessary. The message from those around me was clear; Continue reading Alone to Confident: Parenting Outside of the Mainstream
The johnny was pulled down to my waste exposing my stomach. It was extra fat because my thyroid had been removed a couple of months before. The fresh scar on my abdomen burned and though the pads had just been Continue reading Breastfeeding, Jaundice and C-Sections
The moment I became a mother. My eyes were replaced. The world looked different, threatening, unsure. He wa placed on my chest and suddenly I understood. What my life was about; what it was meant to be. Why he had Continue reading I Became a Mother
The View has never been known for accuracy, but a recent show which perpetuated lies about breastfeeding reached a new level of harm and irresponsibility. Let us be clear; Breastfeeding: It is A Big Whoopi. Welcome to Our Muddy Boots. Continue reading Breastfeeding: It is A Big Whoopi
Things are different in retrospect- especially when it comes to mothering. This is what I would tell my Brand New Mom Self. by Jennifer Andersen I would tell her that she’s got it. That this level of demand is short-lived, Continue reading What I Would Tell My Brand New Mom Self
Thank you for spending some time with Our Muddy Boots. Join us on Facebook or Twitter for more conversation and inspiration. Or you can subscribe to have each post delivered right to your inbox or reader by clicking that orange and white button Continue reading My Child’s Comfort is Always My Goal, and My Guide.
It is my only explanation.