Yesterday morning, I was getting our daughter up for the day and ready for church. My husband was on his way home from the gym. I grabbed a cute little outfit for Hannah and started changing her extremely wet diaper. As I opened it up, I saw red. Bright red. Immediately, I knew that something… Continue reading
I left the library today with sweat rolling off of me. I juggled a squirmy toddler and a bag of books, while trying to avoid rain puddles and utter embarrassment. We made a trip to the library today, and what I thought would be a fun experience was not. The play area was overly crowded… Continue reading Toddlers are SO Embarrassing, but are SO Worth It!
Today, I didn't like my family. Today, I needed a break. Today, I let anxiety win.
Tonight, we had tacos for dinner. It's the second week in a row that we have actually done Taco Tuesday. And, tonight, my almost 2-year-old tried the refried beans and guacamole, and spinach! She might have scooped her chips in both for awhile, she might have barely licked said chips, and she might have made… Continue reading Celebrate the Small Victories
This morning I woke up and was ready to go back to sleep. I had a migraine that lingered over my right eye all day, and this morning, made it hard for that eye to focus. But, I'm a mom, so going back to bed was out of the question. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com… Continue reading The Itinerary of Parenthood
I'm a bit of a pushover. Nine times out of ten I don't say no, as that little hand reaches for mine. And, as long ad it keeps reaching, I won't say no.
Don't you just hate when things don't go as planned? That's how my week started off. I had big plans to get the house cleaned and organized (exciting, I know), but...a lovely virus hit our household. So, instead of cleaning, I've cuddled. I can assure you though, there are no complaints. I've been trying to… Continue reading How to Stay Sane on Sick Days
She really likes elephants, so anytime Horton was on screen, that's all that mattered. I liked it too, for the obvious reason that its Dr. Seuss. But, more so, I really liked the message...
As I continued to find gooey spots and scrub them away, I got thinking about...
Nobody told us how difficult and life-changing your appearance would be, especially that first night home. But, 9 months in...