I call shenanigans. And here's why. I have anxiety and depression. It's hard for me to give 100 percent when I can barely get out of bed. Hubs puts in his 100. When I'm up, I'm giving my all. Some times, so is my husband. He has his days too. That's when I put in... 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 →
You Are the Difference, Mom
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 →
No More Mommy Martyr.
Listen. I'll be straight with you. Motherhood is hard. Motherhood is tough. And you have to be a tough mother to get through some of the days. I get it. You never sleep. You work hard. You worry. And it's not appreciated. You feel like all you are is the bearer of children and chicken... Continue Reading →
A Letter to My Husband
Dear King, It’s weird. I really don’t know where to start or what to say. I feel like we have no problem saying I love you. I guess I could start with the standard I love you. I appreciate you. Thank you for loving me. But that all seems trite. It doesn’t complete the thought... Continue Reading →