It's that time again. Time to list everything we're grateful for. Even if it's just for social clout. Because Gosh forbid, you don't display your gratitude on Facebook like Grandma's silver at Thanksgiving.
You have to scream to get anyone to listen to you!! This seems to be a universal mom thing. No one seems to listen or pay attention to you until you turn into a stark, raving lunatic. Then, they all stand around and try to figure out why the men in the white jackets are... Continue Reading →
Us. A year ago. Things are different now. Hair. Height. Jobs. People who live with us. Mental health. But one thing that has never changed is my love for this kid. Kid. That's funny. Technically, she's still a kid. And she does some kid things like watch goofy things, forget to do the dishes, and... Continue Reading →
There is so much that I wish for. It’s hard admitting that because as humans, moms in particular, are trained to believe wanting things is greedy and selfish. We’re taught to take care of everyone else before us. I’ve even seen infographics on Facebook that put women/wives/moms last in a hierarchy. God then husband then... Continue Reading →
I just read a post that has me bawling. It was simple and heartfelt and it addressed the one thing moms always wonder. Do I make a difference? So many days, as a stay at home mom, you wonder if anyone notices. You start to think that it’s only noticed when you don’t do it.... Continue Reading →
Kids say the craziest things. Some funny. Some embarrassing. Some are just down right wrong. But it's all memorable. So, here's a list I compiled with some help from my Facebook friends (See, Zucker, I can use Facebook for data mining, too.) My daughter said she can't wait to be a teenager so she can... Continue Reading →