There are so many parents who are upset when their - now adult - children say things like, “You could never live with me”, “It’s hard for me to be around you” and “You’re just unnecessary”. These are things they get upset about because they don’t and can’t see their toxic traits. All they ever … Continue reading The Importance of Apologizing, TO YOUR CHILDREN
I absolutely HATE for a parent – or both – to hype their child when someone else is talking about theirs. YES, you read that right. I get upset for not just myself but other parents as well. It’s nothing like saying, “Let me tell y’all what my baby did. She wrote her name today … Continue reading Center Of Attention
I see too many mothers killing their own children in the news these days. There’s no excuse for why they do this, I repeat, THERE IS NO EXCUSE. As a mother of two, that rarely gets a break and has mental breakdowns regularly I am telling everyone to start looking out for our mothers. We … Continue reading HELP OUR MOTHERS
Disclaimer: Before I get into this I’d like to say I know there are people bigger and smaller than me suffering from their weight issues. However, this post, MY POST, is about ME. WE ALL FEEL HOW WE DO ABOUT OURSELVES PERSONALLY AND I'M EXPRESSING MY FEELINGS IN THIS POST. Weight When I weighed … Continue reading The Weight Of My Weight On My Shoulders
I’m not the healthiest when it comes to mental health these days. However, I can’t seem to shake this feeling that could possibly make things worse. I don’t know why it’s so heavy on my mind, but it is. Of course, there are pros and cons and I know both sides from experience. But I … Continue reading Baby Fever?
If you really pay attention, you’ll notice a lot of stay at home moms say, “I never saw myself being a stay-at -home”, “This wasn’t the plan”, or something of that nature. Being as though I’m one I can say that it’s for sure the truth. However, there are women who want to be at … Continue reading “Can You Stay Home With The Kids?”: Military Spouse Edition
I talk about a variety of things on my blog, but I find myself neglecting one …. MOTHERHOOD. For almost a year now I've been raising my children on my own. They are 2-years-old and 4 months, and the oldest gives me the hardest time. From trying to get her to eat to what she … Continue reading Whatever Keeps Her Quiet