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Brandee Foster

Singing, dancing, and laughing through motherhood (and life in general) was how Brandee thought things would be when she found out she was pregnant. In reality though, as a mum of one crazy and amazing dude, she often finds herself laughing at fart jokes and dancing through sword fights. Brandee likes to approach life in a straight-up way with honesty, a sense of humour, and lots of sass. She blogs about the good, the bad and the real when it comes to life, love, and everything in between at One Crazy Kid. You can also keep up with the antics of the One Crazy family on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

One Child is not a Selfish Choice

I was advised not to have more children after a high-risk pregnancy resulting in a preemie son. I'm still judged for my decision to have an only child.

Sometimes You Can’t Walk It Off

I stepped funny before school drop off—I was probably doing and thinking of a thousand different things at the time, in that way that anyone who has ever gotten a kid off to school...

There is NO PLACE in this World for Homophobia or Transphobia

I know and love people who are members of that community and firmly believe that if you don’t believe in human rights for everyone, than you don’t believe in human rights for anyone.

We Have to Fix It: We Owe it to Our Children

As a mum, I kiss and hug Q every morning when I drop him off at school and I say a prayer to whomever might be listening that I will get to do the...

Buy the Damn Bikini

This afternoon, I bought a bikini. Not a tankini. Not a cut out one piece, but an actual bikini.  A bikini. A bikini. Anyone who knows me well knows that decades (literally) of body...

Being a Soldier Changed Me

I had just turned seventeen years old when I joined the Canadian Armed Forces reserves. I left for my basic training two weeks after I graduated from high school. I spend seven weeks away...
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I Felt Broken: I Needed Help

I felt defeated Completely, totally and utterly defeated. I felt like I had lost a war that I hadn’t even realized I was fighting, but looking back, I’d been engaged in for a long...