Category Archives: Donate a Post

  1. Donate a Post – It’s Hard to Grieve Alone – by Sarah Rudell Beach of Left Brain Buddha

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    August 8, 2013 by Katia

    This has been such a great week for IAMTHEMILK in terms of collaborations. Yesterday I was featured on one of …
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  2. Being Left Behind – Donate a Post by Karen at 365 Pearls of Wisdom

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    August 1, 2013 by Katia

    As I’ve said many times before today’s post really strikes a chord with me. It does so because it’s almost …
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  3. A Post About Miscarriage. Or Maybe Not – Donate a Post by Dr. Jenn Pun

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    July 25, 2013 by Katia

    Today I am honoured and proud to be featuring a post from one of my dearest real life friends, Jenn. …
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  4. Battling ‘The Plan’ – Donate a Post by Lizzi from Cosiderings

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    July 18, 2013 by Katia

    I’m so happy to introduce Lizzi from Considerings today. Not only has she become one of my blog friends but …
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  5. You Take Jack Fishing – Donate a Post by Jack Joseph’s Mom

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    July 4, 2013 by Katia

    Miscarriage is grief. Miscarriage is loss. Miscarriage is also deprivation and I was reminded of that reading this blog post …
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  6. Unexpected Harvests – Donate a Post by Audra Lawlor

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    June 27, 2013 by Katia

    Hope can wear many different shapes. When I had just moved to Canada I was grieving the loss of my …
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  7. Grieving the Unknown – Donate a Post by Rachel Demas

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    June 19, 2013 by Katia

    Today I am so thankful to feature a post by Rachel, the author of one of my favourite blogs, The …
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“First they snub the prototype (a cake-shaped squishy they’re introduced to for the very first time by fellow patrons at an Italian restaurant) with a superior shrug ‘no, thanks’. Next they announce that the continuation of their lives depends on the ownership of squishies and following the protocol, they launch a campaign. Smelling the familiar scent of victory, they throw in – as a sign of good will – a symbolic amount our way to be put toward the purchase of squishies as gifts. They select two identical sweet-smelling bread loaf squishies, and make all of their friends and friends’ friends and not so close friends and parents and dog-walking neighbours look at them. The realization that this is IT in terms of squishy versatility and repertoire must be sinking in. As time elapses the squishies generate an “11” (on a scale of 1-5, 1 being ‘passionate’ and 5 ‘hysteric’) in outbursts of emotion, but only upon realization that the objects are missing. The squishies, as all other midlife toys (three days to two weeks post-purchase) now evoke indifference and hysteria depending on their status (present or missing) and start resurfacing in off-the-beaten-track locations such as the bathroom cabinet and more popular destinations, like the parents’ bedroom. Eventually, after a three month hiatus and permanent pendulum shift toward ‘who dis’ one of the squishies is torn in half.” Continued on the blog. #amwriting #blogger #parenting #parentinghumour #parentinghumor #squishies #blogpost #funnymoms #momsofinstagram #iamthemilk #wordpress #wordpressblog
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