Hi fellow newbie bloggers! I started blogging less than a year ago and just recently added a Facebook page to my blog. I wanted to start this new thread about getting followers, since the other one…Continue
Hi everyone! My name is Emily and I started taking my blog more seriously about six months ago. I write about all the fun and chaos of raising two, little girls, who are just under two years apart in…Continue
Emily Spence has not received any gifts yet
My second daughter will be seven months on the 26th. I had a moment the other day, while watching both of my girls “playing” on the floor, that made me feel so content. Content with my two girls and our family of four. My husband and I agreed that we’d wait until the first birthday to decide if a surgery (damn straight for him!) will take place. I’m feeling pretty certain that this will occur. While we’re waiting, my body decided to have a Facebook chat, recently, about the whole…Continue
When I joined the family, I was the only child. You called me your furbaby. Life revolved around me.
I went everywhere with you and Dad, as long as dogs were allowed. Vacations, family gatherings, trips to Petco--I was right there, wagging happily by your side.
When you had a longer work commute, you hired the best of the best dog walkers. She visited me, walked me, played with me, and gave me a treat while you worked, reassuring you that I was lovingly taken…Continue
Ok, Alona Frankel, I know your book, Once Upon a Potty, is super popular with parents worldwide, ever since you wrote it in 1975. I know it’s the go-to book when you need a collection of potty books for your toddler, who’s about to ditch the diapers…
HOWEVER, wwwhhhhyyyy does it not include an actual looking potty!? A potty that will look familiar to my toddler who’s in the learning process!?
The potty in your book is not a potty. It. Is. A. Pitcher. I have a bunch of…Continue
My 15 month old wrote this before her sister was born. She recently added an epilogue, since she’s been doing the whole sister thing for six months now!
Dear World: My life is about to change. One day Mommy looked at me and said, “Maura, there’s a baby here in Mommy’s belly.”
What the hell was she talking about!? I wanted to say, “That’s weird. I have yogurt in mine,” but it came out as, “Mee de ta ta bell!” When she showed me a picture from her first…Continue