Family & Motherhood

Chosen by an Angel

Every so often we are fortunate to encounter someone that touches our heart and changes our life. Dedicated to my Darling Emma! Someone once told me that we choose our parents before we are born for the purpose of our soul’s karmic needs. I laughed.  The idea of us having that much control and say, […]

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Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who is the Fairest of Them All

“Tell the mirror what she’s heard before, I don’t want to be you anymore!” Are you guilty of staring in the mirror, looking and not liking what you see? Have you ever wished to LOOK and BE something OTHER THAN YOURSELF? I have! Not once, but many times in my life. I know this isn’t […]

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Two Soft Knocks

It had been one of those days at the office, you know, the kind of day that leaves you feeling lifeless, exhausted and stressed.  I had been at the office a few hours too many.  My IT staff had been there even longer than I had, trying to figure out how to get our servers […]

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The Effects of Unconscious Parenting: How to Promote Resilience in Our Children

I am a mom of two beautiful girls and a sister to three younger brothers and while this does not qualify me as a child expert, I feel compelled to share my view and experience. Lately, a lot is being said in the media about how we can raise more resilient, more grateful, successful and […]

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My Daughter, My Hero

All mothers feel their children are the best gift bestowed upon them.  I’m no exception.  Therefore, I want to dedicate my August blog, to tell you the story of my hero, my daughter. On August 17, 2002, after 34 hours of labor, I gave birth to an angel.   She was swollen because of the extraordinarily […]

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In the Midst of Loss, I Found Love

The day I found out I was expecting my first child something happened to me. The second I realized I was growing life inside me, my life stopped being mine. A magical switch turned on, and my existence became all about my baby. It was an automatic love and dedication I felt for this unknown […]

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The Whispers of an Angel

It was one of those chilly nights lying on my bed resting, feeling the world on my shoulders.  I say chilly not because it was cold, but because my entire being felt cold in distress over the loss of the man I had loved so deeply.

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