MamaBlogger365 – Real Moms Cry, Too by Dorothy Sue Laqua

MamaBlogger365 contributor Dorothy Sue Laqua on promises to her child. The MamaBlogger365 project is coordinated by Mamapalooza for the Museum of Motherhood.

MamaBlogger365 – The Guilt Complex by Dorothy Sue Laqua

MamaBlogger365 welcomes back Dorothy Sue Laqua for the Museum of Motherhood, talking about one of the worst oppressions faced by women.

MamaBlogger365 – What Are Some of the Greatest Issues Facing Mothers? by Dorothy (Sue) Laqua

How much of what you teach your child comes from your actions? Dorothy (Sue) Laqua is today’s MamaBlogger365 for Museum of Motherhood.

MamaBlogger365 – Reframing Motherhood; IS IT EVEN POSSIBLE? by Dorothy (Sue) Laqua

I remember a book called “Our Bodies, Our Selves.” Reading it was the first time I realized I had options in raising children. I could breastfeed or not, I could choose to have children or not. I had options not available to my mother. I could use birth control, or use the Lamaze method of birth. Roe vs. Wade had won my generation the right to decide. I wonder, did all of this really change being a mother?

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