I spend approximately 30 percent of my daily life in the car. Some people save their deep thoughts for the shower, or after the kids go to sleep, which is silly because that is the time to drink massive amounts of wine and watch mindless TV shows like The Bachelor, but for me it is… Continue reading This is what moms really think about in the car
December is usually filled with holiday cheer and laughter, hot cocoa by the fire, Christmas tree trimming, and anxious children awaiting Santa’s arrival. This year however, December has brought my family some unwanted, and unpleasant, gifts. So, to try and get back into the holiday spirit, here is a more realistic rendition of the “Twelve… Continue reading A Mother’s Rendition of the Twelve Days of Christmas
Too many things to count, honestly. I have a wonderful family, amazingly fabulous friends, a husband who is just as handsome, sweet, and annoying…errr… I mean funny, as the day I met him, and of course, my two-little baby monsters, who fill my life with so much love, snuggles, laughs, tears, poop, and germs that… Continue reading What am I thankful for?
Wait, what? I know what you are thinking. I am notoriously wrong when I try to use classic sayings in my every day vocabulary, but this time, it was intentional. I’ve decided to venture into the world of doing product reviews. Don’t worry, I’m not a sell-out. I just think it is important for parents… Continue reading Pip, Pip, Hooray?
The time spent at daycare is usually a blur. The only objective is to get your kids to their classrooms with all of their gear and get out as soon as possible. In reality though, I’m never quick, and my kids never have all of their gear. I end up watching other parents, as they… Continue reading The 5 Types of Parents You Meet at Daycare
Daycare is basically college for children under the age of five. The cost will make you want to die cry and the prep work is so time consuming that it could function as a full-time job. My mind is literally blown every day when I make it through drop-off and get to my desk on time. And… Continue reading The Daycare Dilemma