About Me

I am a mom of three young daughters: a set of toddler twins and a newborn. As much as it’s wonderful, it has challenged many (if not all) of my expectations of motherhood. I had always heard, “Becoming a mom will change you.” Now I had conceptualized this in a physical manner: no sleep, unkempt hair, mismatched socks, pain, hunger, stress etc. I never realized how it would change my soul. I had anticipated the feeling of loving a tiny human more than myself, but I never knew how much I would yearn for the connection to another mother. I never knew how strong those bonds would become or how much I would rely upon them.

I also never knew I could feel the pain of a mother I barely knew, as if it was my own. It was an unfathomable and intangible transference of despair that would often leave me feeling depressed for days. I would weep upon hearing a mother had lost a daughter, miscarried a son. It didn’t have to be a best friend or a family member. She simply had to be a woman, and I felt her struggle.

So this blog is for women, mothers, sisters, daughters. We are so hard on ourselves and judgmental of each other. I wonder what would happen if we became our greatest supporters.

Published by Jacqueline Pinchuk

♡ Enjoying life, one story at a time ♡ Wife to a gentle giant. Mama of four. Storyteller by trade ♡ Follow my blog to be a part of the adventure!

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