A Mother's Thanksgiving Thoughts

How would I characterize my life currently? Hmm, frenetic, always needing more sleep, always needing just one more hour to get things done. You know the drill.

But there's also the ability to set it all aside and hear Hadley read her first books out loud and sing silly songs while wearing my heels and playing her ukelele upside down. You know the drill.

Thank you Hadley, and to all children for setting our priorities straight, and for causing us to grow in ways we never thought possible. I never thought I'd be designing clothes, connect with so many amazing women and so clearly be on the path to empowering women in a growing number of ways. Here's to the journey of motherhood and all the personal growth that it brings us that spills into all aspects of our lives.

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