I have heard a lot of insults over my lifetime. Every person has. And most of the time they really don’t bother me because I know that they either aren’t true or are coming from someone with their own issues. But recently, someone tried to insult me for being a single mother and I found it really puzzling because why would being a single mom somehow be a physical or character flaw that someone sees in me? Keep on reading!
Every person has a wish list. You know, the list of things you want but might not necessarily be able to have right now? For some people it’s a luxury car or a new house or a trip to an exotic destination. I definitely have a wish list like that! On it are some pretty fabulous trips, a walk-in closet like Cher had in the movie Clueless Keep on reading!
Two year olds are difficult little people. They are developing personalities and learning how to say no and becoming their own unique person. They throw tantrums and break things and make messes and refuse to go to bed. Keep on reading!
I don’t know you or anything about who you are as a person. All I know is that Brock Turner violated you in the most horrific, sad, disturbing, violent and upsetting way that I can ever imagine. What he did to you is unfathomable. What he took from you is something that can never be replaced. Who he is as a person is disgusting. But this letter isn’t about him or intended for him; it’s for you. Keep on reading!
“I’m not that mom. I’m not the kind of mom who would let her child out of sight and have him/her fall into a gorilla enclosure.” Keep on reading!
For many moms, Mother’s Day is a day they look forward to all year long. It’s a day that is filled with lavish presents, breakfast in bed, a husband and kids doting on them and a fancy dinner out at a restaurant. Keep on reading!
Motherhood is full of moments. There are funny moments, sad moments, happy moments, lonely moments, messy moments and every other kid of moment you can imagine. In fact, when it comes to motherhood, I don’t remember days. I remember moments. Keep on reading!
Dear 18 year old me,
Your life is going really well right now. Your future is lying in front of you, with endless possibilities and the thoughts of where life may take you are exciting. You feel confident and ready to embark out on your own into adulthood, but there are some thing you need to know. Keep on reading!