With Abby Green
Abby Green is a mom to 3 who stepped out of corporate america, the place she had known and been her entire adult career, and into entrepreneurship. You may know Abby from her thriving instagram profile, her epic podcasts HERself and Pursuing HER Purpose where she serves women, moms and budding entrepreneurs to help them make their dreams a reality.
Abby has rocked a LOT of changes this year – leaving her job, navigating the healthcare needs of her youngest son, buying, selling, and moving, and throwing herself into entrepreneurship – she’s sharing how this looked, how it felt, and how it affected her mental health and relationships with herself and others.
There was this need deep in Abby’s soul that included serving moms who were thrust into motherhood, looking around and wondering what they were doing wrong because everyone else seemed like motherhood was SO easy – but she was struggling and she knew she wasn’t the only mom feeling like this. This tug on her heart has existed for years and years – since her oldest was born 5-years ago – and Abby finally stepped out into her purpose with the pursuit of these creative and entrepreneurial endeavors.
THE LUCKY FEW
We go deep, we share about Abby navigating a new Down Syndrome diagnosis for your youngest, beautiful baby boy, Owen. She was surprised and shocked to find out, amidst a pandemic, when there for her 20-week anatomy scan, that there were some soft markers for chromosomal abnormalities. The way Abby shares her heart and her humility as a mom navigating the unique challenges that come along with a diagnosis, a child who looks different than the average baby.
We are diving into the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion. How do we address these people that we come across who look different, act differently than we do? How do we approach these conversation with our children?
HUMILITY IN MOTHERHOOD
Abby and I are committing to be the generation of parents that openly learn alongside their kids. We are showing our kids that we don’t always know how to answer questions, what to say about disabled or differently able people, or how jet engines work and that is a-ok!
We are growing up as they are growing up. We aren’t the ultimate source of truth. We don’t know all the answers. There’s not just one way to navigate life. It’s not black and white and we aren’t the ultimate knower of all the things and we are sharing that truth, the unknown, the gray and the messy middle with our kids.
For as Type-A as Abby identifies to be, she shares her intuitive approach to self-care. She has learned to tune in to what her body, her mind, and her soul need in that moment and moves, rests, and works according to what her body tells her.
You aren’t going to want to miss this deep, vulnerable and open conversation where we reveal what you should and shouldn’t say, how to approach humans who look, speak, and act differently than we do, and how to take care of yourself, momma, even in the most turbulent of times.
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