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SpirityYSol’s Beautiful Imagery of Motherhood

Catie Atkinson, the artistic mama behind the small shop SpiritYSol, is inspired to share a collective journey of motherhood through beautiful imagery. Catie created her premier piece of birth art during an intense first trimester with her second child. Titled, “Believe,” this work, featuring a powerful birthing mantra, remains her favorite. At the time, it […]

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Red Beans and Rice Wrap

Bundle up these gently-seasoned red beans and rice in a whole grain wrap for an easy dinner that’s kid-friendly, handheld, and plant-based, too. When you think of classic red beans and rice, you probably think of the long-simmered Louisiana dish full of Cajun spices and bits of meat. Delicious and nutritious? Absolutely. Beloved by picky […]

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Postpartum Depression Changed the Way I Parent

It happens to many women- 50% of all new moms in fact– but before having a baby I never considered it would happen to me. I had wanted to be a mother my entire life, and I thought I would be that happy, loving, soaking up every moment of motherhood type of mom you see […]

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Military Mamas With Partners On Deployment At Higher Risk For Postpartum Depression

As researchers are always looking at postpartum depression and risk factors in an effort to better understand and treat new mothers, new information suggests that for the partners of military service members, postpartum depression may be more prevalent. The international study was published in the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps and suggest that […]

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The Best Pregnancy Books of 2018 | Mother Rising

2018 was a good year for pregnancy books!  If you’re interested in pregnancy (or find yourself pregnant… squee!) AND love to read, you’re going to love this to-do book list.  The best pregnancy books of 2018 are a solid pick that will encourage you towards a healthy pregnancy, natural childbirth, and happy postpartum. The Best Pregnancy […]

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Brown Sugar Asparagus Recipe

A sweet brown sugar glaze takes this easy asparagus recipe to the next level. Cook it up on the stove-top in under ten minutes for a veggie side your kids will love! Asparagus can be a tad intimidating to kids. It’s green. And spiny-looking. And it’s got a lot of syllables. But this nutritious asparagus […]

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Ricotta Filled Crepe Recipe

Your new favorite crepe recipe! Ricotta Filled Crepes are stuffed with creamy, high-protein ricotta cheese to make breakfast a little extra special, even when you don’t have a ton of time. Crepes are one of the most fabulously indulgent breakfasts you can serve your kids. And they have a special little secret: they’re actually not […]

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Power Packed Pizza Sauce Recipe

Our Pizza Sauce Recipe is crazy fast to make and is packed with extras for maximum nutrition and flavor!  How Do You Make Homemade Pizza Sauce? You can buy pizza sauce in a jar, but if you are going to make your own pizza dough from scratch, why not make your own sauce to go […]

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Everly’s Birth Story – A Natural Hospital Birth | Mother Rising

Writing my and Everly’s birth story for Mother Rising was kind of a full circle moment for me.  Mother Rising is what fueled my confidence and empowered me to go for the birth experience I knew I deserved, and was capable of having despite not having too many people in my corner…or any people really. […]

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Newborn Auditory Screening May Be Predicative Of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism rates in the world continue to rise, and we know early intervention makes a tremendous impact on children who are diagnosed. Now, a new study suggests that it may be possible to detect as early as birth. With autism rates rising at alarming levels, researchers continue to look for information and screening methods to […]

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14 Reasons Bath Time Is A Sh*t Show

I have three children ages 11, 9, and 4, and getting them bathed feels like the climatic ending to James Cameron’s Titanic. People are screaming, water is flooding the cabin, and although there’s probably enough room for me on that floating door, I’d almost rather just freeze to death in the ocean. Was I too […]

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