Embracing the Present

It has been awhile since I have shared some #momconfessions

While both my guys nap today, I sit here just reflecting on how blessed I am with this beautiful journey of motherhood.

Recently, I was reminded of where I thought I would be at this point in my life and it’s crazy how life just happens and your course of action completely changes.

A few years ago, I was working towards my second Bachelor’s degree in Nursing when I abruptly had to end the program due to multiple mental health hospitalizations. My heart was broken and I felt I had lost my purpose. My husband and I ultimately decided I wouldn’t be continuing schooling and figured it was time to start a family.

To continue reading, view my published article here.

“The self-awareness that comes from truly digging into what you’ve come to believe about who you are is invaluable.” -Rachel Hollis


  1. Your blog was so powerful! My Mom always told me, “When we make plans, God laughs!” He has a plan for EVERYONE! So very happy you are where you are supposed to be in this thing we call life!!! Love you, xoxo ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  2. I’m a firm believer that there doesn’t have to be just 1 path (career or otherwise) in life. It’s great you know that nursing just isn’t the path for you, at least for now.

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  3. We all have different skills and talents outside our careers and I believe we have many of them, sometimes hidden ones. I’m with you, I also dropped my career path, if you can call it that because I graduated with no intention of following through to complete my Architecture license in the US. I was already married and was pretty much just waiting to start our family and once I became a parent I knew that’s what was missing all my life!

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  4. Motherhood has been such a blessing to me. I love my life even though there are hard days. I totally understand what you mean when you say you had to let go of the life you thought you wanted.

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  5. I love this post and it has inspired me to reflect on my own life. I have always lived with “no regrets” and that’s probably why I have my little miracle baby. Nothing in my adult life has come quickly, easily or exactly as planned but through perseverance, prayer and hard work I am living my best life.

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