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Be you

In a world with so much chaos, social media, social expectations and not enough time, it's never been more important to be yourself- be in the moment with your children, your friends, your family, your husband/wife. For the love of God I am so damn guilty of it. I am trying to do the next… Continue reading Be you

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I see you mama

I see you. I see you working all the time... being a mama, a teacher, a full time worker, a wife, a communicator, a good friend. I see you trying to be the best. I see you waking up early to immediate anxiety of having to get the kids up and ready for school/daycare. I… Continue reading I see you mama

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Hi, I’m late to work everyday

How in God's name do you get to work on time when your significant other works and your 2 kids are under 3 years old? I mean seriously and Dina/Mel if you are reading this, I am late to work everyday- don't fire me! Or maybe you should so I can just stay at home.… Continue reading Hi, I’m late to work everyday

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Why I love Amazon

I am obsessed with Amazon, Target, Costco, and Starbucks. If that doesn't say basic mom, then I don't what does. I lived at Target and Starbucks all summer, went to Costco almost every Sunday and shop on Amazon at least once a week. It's a MAJOR problem. You know it's bad when your 3 year… Continue reading Why I love Amazon

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Mom Win

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

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Holy Meltdowns

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