Author Archive | Kendra

A Letter to the Mama Who's Miscarried

A Letter to the Mama Who’s Miscarried

October 15th is recognized as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day across the world. It is a day of remembrance for pregnancy loss and infant death which includes, but is not limited to, miscarriage, still birth, SIDS, or the death of a newborn. There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. […]

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10 Tips for Parenting Teens

10 Tips for Parenting Teens

Let’s face it: teenagers get a bad rap. Society, social media, television, and sometimes even their own parents love to portray teens today as being moody, sullen, rude, rebellious, angry, entitled and lazy. And while everybody I’ve ever met exhibits some of those qualities on any given day (have you ever met a two year old?), […]

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If You Give a Mom a Newborn Baby

If You Give a Mom a Newborn

This story may or may not be inspired by actual events. If you give a mom a newborn baby, she will feel equal parts elated and exhausted. It won’t matter if it’s her first baby or her last; her feelings will be the same. Yet, even though she is exhausted, she will not rest. She will […]

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The Hair Fairy, from Brave Bald & Beautiful, helps children fight cancer in Wichita.

Fight for Wichita’s Littlest Heroes on World Cancer Day

“A drop of hope starts an overflowing cup.” – Brianne Banning, Founder of Brave Bald & Beautiful In honor of World Cancer Day, let’s take a moment to recognize some of Wichita’s most brave little fighters. Because cancer isn’t something that only happens to someone else’s child in some other state. While it might not be […]

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