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Making little decisions is hard, but sometimes we even have to make big decisions!

Making the Hard Decisions

The number of decisions we make each day is endless: what to wear, what to eat, whether we should work out, what to watch on TV, do we really need xyz at the grocery store? But they get bigger too! Do I really want to spend a whole year without my husband? When do I […]

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Army Wife In Training

Never in my life did I think the title “Army Wife” would refer to small town me. Nine years ago, I was a 16-year-old high school girl chasing after love in my free time from school and sports. One afternoon, I walked into study hall and my future was sitting right there—the curly headed, nerdy, […]

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It’s A Long Trip Alone

It’s a Long Trip Alone: Leaving Breadcrumbs for Others with PPD/PPA If you have read some of my other pieces for AWN, you know that I’m prone to speak on mental health. Even though my children are older compared to the average audience of the babywearing community (babywearing is the name commonly associated with the […]

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