My Life, My Shoes by Life on the Mama Track
~:: Life on the Mama Track ::~
It’s funny, isn’t it, how our identities can be expressed through our inanimate objects?
Some people choose stickers on their cars or the color of their hair as their means of communication.
For me, it’s always been about shoes.
Shoes are fun. Shoes are stylish. Shoes are important.
You can never have enough shoes.
But sometimes, for some reason, those shoes stop fitting.
They may become too small, too tight, too impractical.
Or they may simply not feel right anymore.
That’s what happened to me after my son was born.
My shoes—and my life—changed in every way imaginable.
ABOUT NATALIE: Natalie is a Harvard lawyer turned work-at-home mom. She shares her adventures of life with two small children at Life on the Mama Track. She and her family reside in the Washington, D.C. area. When she isn’t mothering her children, chasing her dogs or working, Natalie enjoys learning about photography and reading. She is looking forward to sleeping through the night again someday. Hopefully someday soon.
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