Sorry for that whole censorship ‘o’ the title thing, but a lot of times blog posts won’t make it into email boxes if they have swear-y words in the title. … Continue reading It’s Beginning To Look a Lot Like F&ck This
I have three kids. Most of you know this, if you are new to my blog …well now you know. Two are girls, aged 15 and 11. And my one … Continue reading We Are Putting Too Much Responsibility On Our Kids
I remember the general time period when I started to question whether or not my husband and I were drinking too much, too often. It wasn’t one incident in particular, … Continue reading Wine Is No Longer A Part of My Narrative
My birthday is coming up and the craziest thing has been happening: I’ve been telling people I’m turning a year older than I am actually turning. Either it’s the old … Continue reading I’m Offended. Here’s Why You Should Care.
Today, like many Saturdays, was consumed by my kids and their sports. I am among the millions of American parents whose children chose sports activity over something far cooler. Like … Continue reading The Intolerable Sports Parent
Alternative Title: To The Mom That Doesn’t Want What Her Husband Does To Be Called “Helping” Third Rendition: To The Guy Who Feels He Should Receive Zero Praise For Changing … Continue reading To The Mom That Doesn’t Want To Be Told She’s “Lucky” For Having a Husband That Helps Out Around The House
Suck it up. Yep, I said it. Suck it up. I mean this with the utmost understanding of the struggles you are experiencing. Suck. It. Up. That’s what I read … Continue reading An Open Letter To Single Mothers, Everywhere
UGGGGGGGGGGGGGGH. We need to talk about laundry. I don’t know about you guys, but laundry is probably going to be the thing that does me in. Honestly. It’s not the … Continue reading [Just A Long Post About Laundry]
Something really weird happened to me today. My kids and I are on vacation. I know, shocker. Everyone else takes a vacation and there are photos and stories and Instagrams … Continue reading Yes, I Am Allowed To Take a Vacation. So Are My Kids.