Many times I find myself wondering... Why do other women seem to love their husbands more than I love mine?
I read blogs on a daily basis and many mommy bloggers out there are going on and on about how wonderful their husbands are and how much they love them. And it makes me question our relationship.
I love my husband. And I know that he loves me. So how can we be more like that?
I've come up with a few theories that I have been putting to the test. Some of… Continue
Added by Nicole A. on August 24, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Like all mothers out there, I love all my children the same, but differently. The amount of love I have for each of them is immeasurable, but the things I love about them and the experiences I have with each of them are quite different.
I love my first born in a special way, because he is just that … my first born. Together we have experienced so many firsts that have been indelibley etched in my brain and on my heart. God willing, we will have many more before my journey is through.… Continue
Added by Kathy on June 16, 2009 at 3:38am —
Some days, you'd think my blog was sponsored by Trojan. But this occasional venting in no way means I regret becoming a mom. I knew from the day I tossed my Pill pack that sacrifices would be part of the deal. And I also know plenty of women who'd give their front teeth to only have it so easy.
I wear my hairy legs and deflated boobs proudly, and here's why:
1. Any given day, I can handle a thousand micro-crises and be ready for more before my childless counterparts--hell,… Continue
Added by NoReturnMom on June 3, 2009 at 8:00am —
COME DO YOUR PART AND HELP!!
Added by Amy O'Neal on May 25, 2009 at 2:37pm —
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Added by Amy O'Neal on May 19, 2009 at 3:49pm —
This is a precious post from my blog grammology.com I hope you don't mind my sharing it with you....
Noah wants to be a coffin maker
Noah my grandson is six years old and we had a chance to spend a few hours together yesterday and I almost drove off the road when he told me what he wanted to be when he grew up Noah’s already talked about being a gymnastics or a clothing designer and as a family we really never worried about what he wanted to do because one of… Continue
Added by Dorothy Stahlnecker on May 2, 2009 at 7:42pm —
So we are coming up to the end of the financial year, tying up loose ends, filing all up to date, ready to be archived.
Right.... and then I woke up and smelt the coffee, unfortunately towards the latter end of the financial year things have gone a bit pear shaped, so another one of my mid-year resolutions is to get more organised, and to try and get straight financially.
I'll be honest with you this year has been a struggle, living from one pay day to the next, and for a family… Continue
Added by mumsandmore on April 4, 2009 at 6:19pm —
The one that got away....
Oh, in my story there are many. I was never a long timer in relationships. I think my longest was a year, and whew, that seemed like an eternity. I always tease Jimmy that he is my longest relationship.
I have the story that I think most girls have.
I've definitely had my heart broken. I've been hurt, lied to, misunderstood, unforgiven, broken up with for no reason, strung along...even cheated on by two different guys who I honestly… Continue
Added by Summa on March 13, 2009 at 6:33pm —
So just as an introduction I thought I would post links to some of my favorite and more recent articles I have written! Enjoy and please send me your feedback! Looking forward to hearing from you!
check out some of my articles on http://sitters4u.wordpress.com:
inspiration the power of intention…
Added by Sitters4U/Bianca on February 20, 2009 at 5:15am —
Today's Love Dare
was accomplished with a skillet of Hamburger Helper, which my husband loves, but which I find barely palatable. I consider myself an above average cook and am always trying out new recipes or creating new dishes, and while Steve enjoys most of my creations, I get the most satisfied reaction from him when I stick with the basics.
Today I made an effort to stick with the basics of love--patience and kindness.
I have… Continue
Added by Suzi Crowder on February 15, 2009 at 9:30pm —
Last year I fell apart. I have been with my wonderful husband for 15yrs, including dating time. Unfortunately for a long time I didn't believe my husband to be as wonderful. We had difficulties and I had feelings that were harder to express and fix than I know now they should have been. My husband is suppose to be my best friend but I didn't feel like that. And it hurt! It hurt me to know I didn't feel it and later it hurt him. In the end I found emotional comfort somewhere else and didn't like… Continue
Added by Denise Edmondson on January 29, 2009 at 2:22pm —
Today, it is so cold outside that school has been canceled. I am happy because I didn't have to get up early, get the kids ready and drag my youngest out in this freezing cold weather. However, I have things I was working on today. Trying to finish my book, returning some phone calls and doing some work on the Internet. As much as I need to work on my stuff, I have decided to finish writing this blog and give my kids 100% attention today. No phone calls, no Internet, no emails just hanging out… Continue
Added by Kim Watt on January 16, 2009 at 10:30am —
So, my oldest daughter is getting older and with that she wants to make more decisions on her own. I have to realize that she is getting older as much as I don't want to! In one way its great because we can do more and talk about more but then you realize how fast time goes and one day she will be all grown up and on her own. Time goes by to fast. It seems like it was yesterday when it was just her and I. Now, she has friends and those baby moments are just memories. I don't want to loose one… Continue
Added by Kim Watt on January 12, 2009 at 9:44am —
Hi every one, I wanted to talk about how lucky we are and how we need a little reminder of that in the holiday times arriving. I was raised with a lot of love and I'm going to give it to my precious children so they know I love them.
Many Families don't have that kind of environment and it's not obvious for them to share their love with their kids as they suffer from money problems, and are focusing on the wrong things.
Can you imagine a Christmas tree empty of gifts? Only… Continue
Added by Chloe Ginsburg on November 28, 2008 at 4:00am —
Ok so I got a new sink strainer and I love it!! Absolutely love it. See my ordinary metal one broke and it was a pain. When I needed it to strain it wouldn't work. When I had to empty it out in the garbage it was a big to do.
Well I found a sink strainer made by OXO. It is silicone and the best thing about it: It si so simple to clean out. Just push it through until the one side pops out.
Love doing the dishes and cleaning the… Continue
Added by Bonnie Jean on November 13, 2008 at 9:23pm —
One of my favorite memories of fall from my childhood is coming home from school one day and seeing the our house turned into a festive Halloween spectacular.
My family had never really decorated for Halloween before. We always went trick-or-treating, but the whole Halloween scene was not really our thing as a family. We dressed up as angels, fairies, rag-dolls; things that were fun but not scary. Ghoulish garb and horror based themes just didn't sit well with three girls growing up… Continue
Added by Angie Mozilo on October 30, 2008 at 7:28pm —
This weekend I attended a beautiful Greek wedding. It was a very ceremonial event lasting over an hour and filled with tradition and symbolism. At one point in the ceremony, the priest spoke about the roles of both the husband and wife. As he read from his scriptures he talked about the bond between a man and a woman, how he is to love her as he loves himself and how she is to love him like no other. As much as she is to honor him, he (the priest… Continue
Added by THE BIG AGOO on September 30, 2008 at 12:39am —
A Letter of Thanks.
Dear body, dear friend, dear vessel of life, love and being. It was not always that I could look on you with such awe and gratitude. You once were just a body, not loved, not hated, just occupied. But in the past five years, you have shown me you are many things. You are a temple to be worshiped at by my husband, a source of loss and grief for to our family for those pregnancies that did not make it, a champion and tribute to perseverance and, above all else, the… Continue
Added by April on September 24, 2008 at 7:11am —
My daughter was due in mid February. She was born two months early. My intelligent mind tells me it wasn’t my fault – I did nothing to make this happen and today, she is healthy and strong. My intelligent mind can reason. My emotional heart can’t forgive. I know it isn’t rational but there it is.
I was not able to protect her when she needed it most. So perhaps I may overindulge a bit now in my tendency to control her environment. (I’m sorry but those grapes really, really DO need to… Continue
Added by Sugar and Sprouts on June 28, 2008 at 1:38am —
"....It is funny I can look at them both and see them just as they were in the hospital - cradled in my arms for the first time. Their eyes squinting and unadjusted to the light all around them - unaware and scared of the world they had entered into. So tiny and red. Wrinkled and scented with what seemed the essence of purity itself...."
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Added by Amber on May 13, 2008 at 2:38am —