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The pressures concerning autonomy and motherhood feel ever-present all around me. Juggling Pies investigates the women in my family and the questions about how, when, and if we have children. I reflect, explore, and process my own childhood and what waiting for the future transition to motherhood means to me. Through photography, I navigate the labyrinth of expectations and uncertainties regarding the timing and nature of motherhood, drawing upon the experiences and wisdom passed down through the women in my family. This is underscored by the challenge of motherhood and the changes one goes through to be a caretaker. I explore the intricate layers of emotion and identity tied to the prospect of motherhood, shedding light on the multifaceted nature of this transformative experience. 

“Are we supposed to be juggling apple pies on our toes perfectly?”

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