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
Easter is here. You’re probably hating every hour, minute, and second of the preparations and celebrations. Every inch of your body is aching and holding back from having an anxiety attack in front of the people around you. You just want to scream because all of the mothers and fathers are making you feel uncomfortable. … Continue reading How To Survive Easter When You’re Parentless
I swear the writers of Nick Jr, Nickeldeon, Disney Jr, Disney, and Sprout make shows annoying on purpose. It's like they want kids to crazy their parents insane. But the sad reality is we can't escape annoyance even when the tv is off because of smartphones and tablets. The internet brings Kid YouTube and Netflix. … Continue reading 60 Kids Shows That Annoy The Heck Out Of Parents
Should we break the awkwardness and talk? Smiling and making eye contact seems to be working just fine. Why break it, right?
Hubble Contacts feel like a soft cloud on top of my eyes.
Warning: Here come the Mombies