Ever have those weeks where you wonder "maybe I'm just meant to stink?" If you're a mom, most likely you know exactly where I'm going with this, if you're not yet a mom... keep reading because one day you will be. I hate showers... I LOVE baths. As if two days isn't enough, try three days … Continue reading Impromptu Bath Rant
When you get frustrated count to ten. Then what? Everything magically gets better? Your baby stops screaming, your dogs stop barking, your husband is home and you find yourself in a hot bath without a care in the world? Not exactly. But after counting to ten, or twenty, or fifty (everyone is different) you’ll find … Continue reading 1…2…3…4…5… You Get The Picture.
Becoming a first time mom was such an exciting thing, but also a very scary concept to me. I don't know about you, but during the weeks leading up to the birth of my daughter I kept my nose in my phone trying to read every piece of advice offered on Pinterest. There was … Continue reading 10 Things You Need BEFORE Delivery.
As a first time parent it is easy to get discouraged. There are so many new things that you have to learn all at once and it is easy to get overwhelmed. You have to learn to change a diaper, properly burp the baby, put a onesie on the baby without suffocating it, and feed … Continue reading Entertainer of the Year & … Diapers?
To all of the moms out there currently sporting the title of MOMBIE, remember… this too shall pass. I still qualify as a mombie most days, but the past couple of nights have been better and I'm hoping it is about to be a new trend. The night before last, Natalie slept 8 hours straight! … Continue reading To sleep or not to sleep
Many nights like tonight I spend the time I should be sleeping staring at the video monitor. I can't help it. My little girl is 3 months old today and I just can't stop staring at her. I can't believe that I have been a mother for three whole months already. Time is flying by, … Continue reading Time flies.
We have all been there. In a mother’s world there is so much to do, and so little time to do it. Stay-at-home mom’s have all day to clean, cook and play with their children right? Wrong! Before my daughter, I worked full time. I remember thinking, "I can't wait to be a stay-at-home mom. … Continue reading Where did the time go?
Stress. Anger. Frustration. Everyone feels it, but only some let it show. I have never been one capable of successfully hiding what I am feeling. Many have described me as being an open book. My thoughts are not only shared through words, but through sighs, facial expressions, and actions. A couple of years ago I … Continue reading Being Positive in a Negative World