Anyone else have to miss a Target run because your kids were a hot mess? Have to cancel a play date, so then you were stuck in the house with team “make Mom crazy” all day?
In a world where parenting advice seems to be around every corner, there are a few things that I feel like we don't talk about enough. Things that happen much later-- after that "new mama" stage, once you *think* you have things under control and handled.
If I'm being honest, the main purpose of this post is to procrastinate, which is ridiculously ironic. #sorrynotsorry
Anyone else feel like they’re living in a complete whirlwind? I feel like the past two months have FLOWN by and I’m just sitting here wondering why I have to flip my calendar so many pages. So, like the basic B that I am, I’m going to start fresh this October.
... and if you don't agree, then seriously, give the rest of us your secrets.
Why is the mom guilt SO real? Why are we made to feel like we’re being selfish for taking care of ourselves and our needs Unfortunately, I don’t have some profound answer to all of these questions. But, I do have some tips for you. Read on, mama...
It's time to stop punishing our kids... and here's why.
Over the past few years, I’ve realized that motherhood has made me both more AND LESS confident... It’s hard to pinpoint exactly why and where these sneaky little worries creep into my mind, but there’s no doubt that they do.
ISO: good food, good vibes, and somewhere my kids can act like kids
You know what? All of these "motherhood shoulds" are stressing me out. So, I’m done worrying about them. I’m done apologizing for things that don’t need apologies.