Let me just start off by saying that I have gotten some backlash for some of my recent posts, specifically Mama Meltdown. I am not looking for attention, or for someone to call DCF on me, and I'm not trying to make my family look bad. I write these blogs for me, but also to raise… Continue reading Mom Win
Does your toddler go from 0-200? My 3 year old does and I constantly go back and forth between wondering if I should be worried, to NO, this has to be normal, right?! My husband is a firefighter and I'm a full-time teacher. It's now summer and I am off from my job, although still… Continue reading Holy Meltdowns
When they say terrible twos, I think they mean terrifyingly terrible three's- threenager if you will. Most of them can somewhat get their point across, but their vocabulary is still somewhat weak. They almost always know what they want and if they don't get it right away, the meltdown from hell usually occurs. Climbing on… Continue reading True life: I have a threenager
Let's be real. Sometimes motherhood is just about surviving. I am no expert, but I consider myself a veteran with a toddler and an almost 1 year old. Everyday is a rollercoaster of emotions for me, but I wouldn't trade any moment for the world. I made a list of some tips I thought I… Continue reading Tips on Surviving Motherhood
Life is freakin hard lately. Being a mom is the hardest job I have ever done in my life. I am trying so hard to juggle my life and I can't seem to get ahold of it. I feel so overwhelmed with everything and I feel like a big failure. I miss my first-born- just… Continue reading The day I snapped
Today, in particular, I'm feeling the weight of the world. I am tired and cranky and exhausted. It's not about me anymore though. It's about the kids. I don't mean to sound conceited or rude, but I just want it to be about me today. I want to curl up in a ball in my… Continue reading What about me?
1. You can't really wear perfume anymore because your nursing babes will choke on it. Hell, you really can't be cute anymore unless you have a nanny, are rich, and/or you have help around the clock. 2. Can't really be naked anymore because your toddler will tell everyone they saw your "Gina". 3. Your car… Continue reading 36 Mom Realities