Living Far Away From My Momma

March 8, 2017By auroraGuest Post No Comments

  With blogger Sarina Sandstrom. Adulting is hard. We all know it. We all have those days when we would rather just stay in bed and have our mom tuck us in and bring us some nice warm soup. We tough it out, at least most of the time. I’ve learned how to overcome these days, … Read More

Finding Dory, Finding Inclusion.

June 20, 2016By auroraGuest Post No Comments

  With author Tera Girardin. I just got home from watching the much anticipated movie sequel, “Finding Dory.” Even though I took my kids to it, I have to admit, I’ve been pretty excited about it.  “Finding Nemo” is one of my top 10 favorite movies of all time. It had to be. It was … Read More

The Foundation of Our Family

May 6, 2016By auroraGuest Post 2 Comments

  Mama appreciation from daddy-blogger Sean Evenson Anyone who knows me will tell you that my passion for hunting and the outdoors burns deeply. No one knows or understands this like my wife, Greta. After all, she married into it. Although, I don’t think she knew at the time just how raging the fire inside … Read More

Leaving Corporate America

May 5, 2016By auroraGuest Post No Comments

  with mama and Lady Boss Empire co-founder Allison Crandall I decided to take control of my life and start building my own dreams versus someone else’s almost three years ago.    I had been working as an esthetician for over ten years when my son, Chase was born. I can’t express my joy seeing … Read More

Still A Mother

May 4, 2016By auroraGuest Post No Comments

  with author Angela Miller  I dedicate this to each and every mother who lives without her precious child(ren), to every mother who has no living children, and to every woman who longs to be a mother. We see you. We remember you. And we honor your motherhood. You are a beautiful, beautiful mother. Mother’s Day … Read More

Autism and Finding Hope

May 3, 2016By auroraGuest Post No Comments

  with photographer and author Tera Girardin  “Autism.” I couldn’t even hear the word from his teacher who was trying to gently guide me to getting my 2-year old son the help he needed. I was in denial and got angry and defensive. I got off the phone and I even started to hyperventilate! I couldn’t … Read More

Creating the Life I Want to Live

April 26, 2016By auroraGuest Post No Comments

  Autism Spectrum, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD and Agoraphobia with mama Jenna Bagnini I’m a single mom of three young sons, one of whom is on the autism spectrum, one of whom has anxiety, and one of whom is a really picky eater. I have bipolar disorder, PTSD, and agoraphobia, among other mental disorders. I work, I … Read More

Sensory Processing Disorder

April 25, 2016By auroraGuest Post 2 Comments

  With mama Jessica Epp I didn’t truly understand Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) until my youngest was born. She was around two years old when we started to realize that she was not displaying typical two-year-old behavior. It started out with a few incident reports at school. She was biting a lot of her friends. … Read More

A Woman in Her Thirties Completes the Baby Stage

April 12, 2016By auroraGuest Post 1 Comment

  Reality Check with author Roseanne Cheng  At three and a half, and over six months of accidents, non-compliance, and frustration, it’s official. Aaron is potty trained. (Want to know the secret? There isn’t one. Kids will stop crapping their pants when they’re good and ready. So throw the books away and deal with that … Read More