You Look Pretty Today, Mommy

It was still dark outside when I rolled over and came face-to-face with a smiling little boy. A little boy that was way more awake than I'd like at 6AM. I was waiting for him to shout his trademark morning command of "Get Up," but instead he smiled and said, "You look pretty today, Mommy." … Continue reading You Look Pretty Today, Mommy

My Best Piece of Parenting Advice: It Gets Better

I'm not usually one to dish out advice, but there's one thing I've learned that keeps popping up over and over again - Don't let your terrible experiences stop you from trying. Like the people who take their child to a restaurant, suffer through a public meltdown, and then never leave the house again. (You … Continue reading My Best Piece of Parenting Advice: It Gets Better

An Honest Thanksgiving Post

While I'm trying to write this, my son is sitting on my lap yelling "put on Reading Eggs! Mommy mommy mommy...reading eggs...reading eggs..." while the dog barks incessantly at the window where she can see my husband outside chatting with neighbors. All I asked for this evening was some time to get my blog posts … Continue reading An Honest Thanksgiving Post

It’s OK to Cry Over Spilt Milk

Whoever coined the phrase "It's no use crying over spilt milk (or spilled depending on your preference) was not a mom. Every mom I know has experienced a darn good reason to cry over the spilling of the milk. I came to this conclusion after a long day, when I was confronted with this awful … Continue reading It’s OK to Cry Over Spilt Milk

Boys Can Wear Pink Too

My son loves PAW Patrol, and his favorite pup is Skye. Skye just happens to be a girl and he thinks she's very pretty and flies a cool helicopter. So when it comes to choosing a PAW Patrol shirt, of course he goes right for the ones with Skye on them. The only problem? Every … Continue reading Boys Can Wear Pink Too

5 Steps to Surviving Toddler Tantrums

My son has some real doozies when it comes to tantrums. I've never been around kids much, so dealing with this is WAY out of my comfort zone and I have no idea what I'm doing. Sometimes I get so frustrated I want to have my own tantrum. I recently turned to Google in a … Continue reading 5 Steps to Surviving Toddler Tantrums

What’s Holding Me Back From Writing That Book?

Every once in a while, I get on here to whine about trying to write my book. The book I made the big announcement that I was writing in January, in hopes to kick my butt into gear and actually get it done. The book I've actually been working on for the last 3 years. … Continue reading What’s Holding Me Back From Writing That Book?

How My Mommy Blog Makes Me Be a Better Mom, or Just Look Like One

Let's get this straight right away, the title is meant to be funny. I DON'T mean "a better mom than You." I mean a better mom than I might have been or appeared to be. And it's all just for fun anyway. This is about all the things I totally set up just for the … Continue reading How My Mommy Blog Makes Me Be a Better Mom, or Just Look Like One

World Mental Health Day and Blogging to Stay Sane

I often joke that I started writing a blog to stay sane through the craziness of parenting, but I think that anyone who writes as therapy knows it's not really a joke. All of it. It's all true. (yes I just quoted Star Wars) Sometimes I feel like people just love categorizing all the things … Continue reading World Mental Health Day and Blogging to Stay Sane

You Know You’re a Mom When – The Day Butt Paste Enters Your Vocabulary

I still remember my baby shower. I was a beautiful affair, filled with friends, food, gifts and Butt Paste. ** I received this product for free from MomsMeet.com in exchange for an honest review and this post contains affiliate links ** Seriously. Gift after gift I would find a tube of Boudreaux's Butt Paste included. … Continue reading You Know You’re a Mom When – The Day Butt Paste Enters Your Vocabulary