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Art Is Life Motherhood

I heartbreakingly left my position at Native American Natural Foods after nearly eight years with the company and I closed up shop at my location in Yeager Office Suites of Plano. During this time I've spent being in awe of her rapid growth, strength, abilities and beauty. But as you can imagine, making the tough decisions I did was a major deal. I know what I imagined....And that was idealistic. I pictured raising her almost immediately at the studio and working my job along with it. I know there are some major super moms who probably could do this but for me it became all too much and as you already know I am always candid about my path.

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The "less-than-perfect" birth story

Hello, again. 

Been a while since I've posted here but pregnancy took a lot out of me. Now our baby girl Miah is here and a month old. It took about that long to write my birth story as my hands have been kind of full! Originally the below story was for my prenatal yoga class. I wrote it honestly and realize now it does not sound as awe-inspiring and glorious as others that have been read out loud in my class. I say that slightly tongue-in-cheek, of course. No water birth. Or midwife. Medical intervention. No squatting to birth her. Epideral. It is not glowy or whimsical. It is just MY story. Raw and beautiful to me because it ends in the most important person in my world. I am sharing it here because what better art than life?

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