I’m no feminist and my titties are on the internet. πŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒ

Now why did you click on this. Lmao. No its not click bait and both statements are true.

Of course you guys know that I just gave birth to beautiful number 12 better known as Kera. She is absolutely phenomenal. This pregnancy, birth, and even aftercare experience is different. I have really taken the time to kick my feet up and process some things.

For starters processing some things really equates to I’m about to stir up some shit. Keep in mind that I am a wife and mom who owns a business so I have to also behave myself. 😏

I have been earth side for almost 43 years and that’s a long time to mess up and rectify, reprocess and adjust. I have been running this particular business, Rush Consulting Firm, in some type of capacity for almost 13 years. I knew it was something I needed to do but I always struggled with the exact clarity of it. I was constantly trying to be all things necessary to the audience I served because I could and I love it. However, it’s mentally draining to not be able to turn your brain off. So, recently I decided to niche in. I’m just going to tell you that I know first hand that it’s scary af. But it is necessary because while you may feel like you are leaving money on the table by closing the door to people but really you are gaining more by creating a brand that you know that you can fully and unapologetically show up to. SN, it’s funny how you can teach something for years but never once consider that it may also apply to you.

So I posted my titties to the internet. 🀣 No, really, I did. I decided to show up as the super mom that people call me. And while I hate that title because I believe that there is nothing greater about me than there is about you. But I digress and embrace. This morning I posted a very candid photo of myself at 6 am just finished feeding Kera, sun creeping in behind me, and a manual beast pump still attached to my nipple. I contexted thst life as a mom can feel like you are being robbed of some things sometimes, like sleep, but in the moment you should choose to be in it because the time fades so quickly. In choosing to be in the moment instead of hurrying it, you find a new appreciation which creates ease and calm. It was very nice. McRush made a comment about it. Nothing mean or derogatory simply “oooh, I see your boob” as playful as he can but I know my husband, it bothered him so I removed it. πŸ™„

Now, some may say that the was honorable of me, mostly men, but here is the problem with that, this is my life. I have no problem being transparent because there is nothing that I go through as a mom that is different from many others. I desire to be as vocal as I can be in order for others to have a voice. I have been this way for quite some time, my whole life even. My new direction is to help women remember that they are more than mom. We are beautifully made and it is not just to have some crumb snatchers running around calling us mom. We have goals and visions far before we decided to sacrifice our bodies for mankind. No. I am not a feminist I just believe that we can still accomplish what we set out to in addition to being mommy.

Now, as far as McRush. No worries. I think people over sexualize breast but he forgot there is a whole picture of me naked in the bathtub on the internet but, you know, I ‘ll compromise. 🀣.

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