Love is all you need
“I was sitting in my car in the parking garage, getting ready to leave work.”
“I know soon everyone will be able to flaunt their love without fear.”
The one-and-a-half-year-old was alone.
“I call them unicorn moms.”
100 children and 22 years.
“I’m grateful for every single contraction I felt, the pain my body had to endure, the blood that left my body and the emptiness I felt because it reminds me our baby was real.”
“Maybe someday we will wake up and realize a single test score doesn’t show the entire picture.”
“We are now dealing with body image issues, soreness, nightmares, depression, sensitivity to loud noises, just not feeling like ourselves.”
“Up until I was 18, I lived my life thinking I was just like everyone else.”
“For the woman who gives to her family all day- everyday and just. Needs. A. Break.”