Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
We are no different than any other American family. We are two working parents, three kids involved in multiple activities, two dogs, a cat, a hedge hog, two donkeys, lots of chickens…ok, maybe we are a little different than any other American family.
My husband and I do well at our jobs, are kids are well-mannered and well-behaved and for the most part, we manage to keep up the appearance of having it all together. The truth is…we are like every other American family. We live in controlled chaos. We step over clutter, we forget homework assignments, we run late, we forget appointments, we yell at each other and yes, I will admit it, I've been known to swear and pop a bottle of wine. BUT, in all that frenzied mess, we live, we laugh, we love and we learn.
What is your blogging philosophy?
By sharing the craziness that is my life, and reading about the craziness of other mom's life, it gives me a sense of normalcy.
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