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Rain days are so boring because you can’t do much and get wet if you do. It’s such a depressing day, especially with a toddler. This is why I let my daughter play in puddles. My daughter and I get under each other’s skin on rain days. I don’t know if it’s because of no … Continue reading Why I Let My Daughter Play in Puddles And Mud
Three is such a weird age. I don’t know if I have a toddler or teenager more than half of the time. My daughter still needs me, but yet acts like she’s miss independent. She’s basically three going on thirteen. My daughter has the thirteen year old attitude down packed already. She talks back when … Continue reading Three Going On Thirteen
I look forward to mommy and wine time. Judge me all you want but sometimes being a mom is so stressful. It's like you love your child so much, but sometimes they get under your skin and you just need alone time. Is that okay? Honestly, I'm not really sure. But for me, I need … Continue reading Me Time Keeps Me Sane During The Mom Life
I would like to take the time to thank my daughter for saving my life after my mother died.
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Three years old isn't all bad. It's actually pretty incredible because of all the things your threeanger has overcome and learned. 1) I love being about have conversations with my daughter. 2) I love how independent has finally come. 3) I love how I'm still needed. 4) I love how my daughter can dress herself. … Continue reading 20 Things I Love About My Threeanger
Are you always forgetting things when you leave the house or food store? Girl, don’t worry I’m the same way. I make a shopping list thinking I have everything. BUT NOPE I always forget one, two, or three things. Yeah okay, it’s more like tons of things. I pack either the day before or a … Continue reading 16 Reasons Why You’re Considered a “Forgetful” Mom
A Mom friend is hard to find. Mom best friend is even harder to find. She keeps you on your toes when motherhood just sucks. She praises with you when your kid(s) does something for the first time. But most importantly, she’s always here to give you the pep talk you need to keep going … Continue reading 10 Bitter, Sweet Pep Talks Every Mom Needs From Her Mom Bestie
Three is the best and worst age. It’s the best because of your three-year-old surprise you with actual conversations and learning new things like sponges. The worst hits you like a pile of bricks because tantrums are with actual words and emotions haven’t exactly been conquered yet, so life is a little challenging. You never … Continue reading To The Mom, Struggling With The Threeanger Roller Coaster