Author Archive | Anne-Marie


When I…Just. Can’t. Even. Anymore.

Let me clarify…I have a toddler. I could literally end this post now, because if you have a toddler, or have been through this weird twilight zone then you know what I’m talking about. Our daughter is three, and right in the thick of testing every single boundary possible. From wanting to sit on the potty, […]

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This is Adoption

November is National Adoption Month and as I sit down and reflect on the adopting of our little girl, I thought I should write something that might be helpful to those considering adoption. I could try to bust some adoption myths or make a neat blog post of the five things you MUST know about adoption, but every situation is different and […]

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That was not how I envisioned my first week of motherhood going

Before we adopted our daughter Reagan, I remember asking my husband, “But what if she has special needs?” There was fear in my voice because I thought I couldn’t handle having a child with special needs. And in trying to calm my fears, he’d say, “All kids have special needs, Anne-Marie,” meaning that parenting is […]

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