I don’t know what is going on lately, but this little girl turnt tween is “on one” (as my hubby would say). She has become this argumentative, huffing and puffing, then turn to crying person I feel like I have never met.
Earlier this week, we had a bout in the morning where I got frustrated because I have only been telling her the same things over and over every. single. day. for forever…they are pretty basic:Read more...
Go brush your teeth and get yourself cleaned up before you come talking – even if it’s to say “good morning”
On school days, get yourself cleaned up and dressed, straighten your space (your room, that only you mess up) gather your things and then head down to have breakfast.
Now I’ve never tried Pomegranate Mio before, or any Mio for that matter (are there others?) However, I absolutely love this commercial.
I believe it came out right before RJ was born. Hubby and I would wait for that part right at the end where the black cowboy with the pimp tooth pick would say “It changes everything”, and we would literally laugh to tears.
It wasn’t even a whole week home with the new baby, before my hubby, who gives everybody, everything and anybody (and yes I meant all three, just like that) a nickname, before he called the little guy “Mio”; and I knew just why he did it. We just both laughed.
You see RJ came in and truly rocked our world. He changed our sleep; our showers; our free time (what’s that); our routine (or lack thereof); our sex life (hubby is gonna kill me for that one J); but he literally changed EVERYTHING!! Read more...
Life began with waking up and loving my mother’s face.
- George Eliot, English novelist
The month of May is the month that we celebrate mothers. A month is not long enough and I must say that I never really understood all that motherhood entailed until I became one. Man…
I’ve mentioned many times before how parenting has got to be one of the hardest tasks and responsibilities that we are given; at least for me. But in all of the good and bad times it is one of the most amazing.
You carry a child for almost ten months and birth them through strength that is in no way your own and then you literally see a piece of you walking around outside of you every single day.
I swear the last ten years have flown by. With every year that comes and goes I find myself reminiscing back to when my baby girl was that little bundle I brought home from the hospital on the emotional ride home. There were just some things I didn’t think about back then. Read more...
I am so happy to see you. I have been back to work a full month and I am over it! I know that a little sunshine will help, but it has not shown up yet and I am struggling…speak of….
I am glad you finally left if all you were gonna do is continue on with the same ol same ol that we experienced for the last few months before you. I am welcoming April with open arms and high hopes of sunshine and the ability to take my little guy on a walk in his stroller. I don’t want much.
Dear EBay person my hubby bought his new equipment from,Read more...