My son will be turning 7-years old in December. I am guilty of looking at him sometimes and only seeing my precious little toddler who needs his mother to hold his hand in everything he does. I cringe when he swings too high on the swing set, for fear of him falling. My heart beats a bit faster when he charges across the Monkey Bars, what if he misses a step? What if he scrapes his knee? What if he bumps his head?…Continue
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Bloggers Challenge to share: 5 Things That IRK Me, From Petty To Principal…Continue
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I know that we have wasted so much time. Time is like a water storage tank, if we cover it wisely, water will not waste but if w give…Continue
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I know… I know. Last year, I said I was done. I said that I was going to put all this costume stuff to rest, after I dressed up as the Nutcracker, for my son’s Christmas lunch and I was the only parent to do so. I thought I put the nail in the coffin when I did it, as I thought to myself, it may be time to close that book.
However, my son’s response to the DIY costume was priceless. Together, in the past, we have also done Captain America, American Dream, Spider- Man/Woman, Black…Continue
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Mommy-hood sprung on you like flowers in the springtime, after the stork dropped a bundle of joy at your door and forgot to leave the dad. Devastating, but not the end of the world.
Here’s what you should know: Being single is not a disease. Being a single mom is not a handicap. To find yourself solely responsible for the health and well-being of a child can be…Continue
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Dear Southwest Airlines, Wanna get away? Quite frankly, Yes. I Do! Here's why, and how you can help:
O.K., here's the skinny. Growing up, my mom always told me—and yours probably told you the same—closed mouths don't get fed. …Continue
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One of the raging debates of the twentieth century has been the question of whether abortion, as a form of infanticide, is wrong. What does legislation think about it? Science and religion? What does it all come down to? Morality? Logic? The controversy has gone even further with proponents and opponents being labeled as ‘pro-life’ and ‘pro-choice’ respectively. Whichever way you choose to look at it, the morality clause always takes a hit. Unless you want to apply common…Continue
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HEY SUNBUTTER! He Likes It!
It would be awfully selfish of me if I didn’t share this tidbit of information with Mom Bloggers Club. As much as I would like to be the keeper of this secret, I just can’t. It’s totally worth sharing, and you can thank me later. Unless of course, it was…Continue
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Bringing a child into this world is rightly considered to be one of the toughest things anyone can do in their life. Having a developing baby inside one’s womb places extra strain on a woman’s body, not just in terms of the extra weight that needs to be carried. There is a greatly increased…Continue
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Being a mum, taking care of the household, and having a successful career sure sounds like a mission impossible, but is that really the case? There’s no denying it’s hard. After all, even stay-at-home mums have trouble handling it all. Now add work to the equation and you’ll understand how complicated it might get. However, numerous successful women showed us that having it all is possible – tackling your career and your family can be a lot of fun if you’re ready for a challenging…Continue
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I’ve never feel like that but after I became a mother apparently in the same time I became invisible. I assume that most of you have the same feelings. Friends promised to visit you but suddenly nobody came? You sitting at home with baby and thinking ‘hey do I still know how to speak in human language or only gugugaga’? Maybe you will never know because you are invisible for adults. Probably you don’t know that you borrow from Harry Potter his awesome invisibility…Continue
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It’s the weekend, you’re out with your beautiful kids. Maybe you’re visiting a café or having lunch in a restaurant, watching a movie at the local cinema, maybe you’re doing some shopping… you get the…Continue
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I haven’t known you long and your story is short. The Lord led me to the book of your son when I needed you most. There were so many times where I was down about certain things in my life. Things people were saying to me. I couldn’t handle. I couldn’t be graceful and set things aside. Then I stumbled upon your story. Your short, simple, sweet prayer.
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My fight between the light and the dark.
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You’ll never be a rich brat. Mainly because we’ll probably never be rich enough to make you a rich brat, but you’ll be rich in laughter, adventures, and great memories of your parents loving each other. That alone will probably make you richer than all your friends.
You’ll never be the cool kid who throws epic parties. In fact, you’ll probably never be the cool kid, period. You’ll be the weirdo whose mom must know every single person in attendance and their parents. The kid who has to…Continue
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At preschool drop-off another mom pointed out,"Your daughter's socks don't match."
I turned my palms upward in a je ne sais pas and wrinkled my nose, "Rough morning. Can’t win ’em all.”
My then four-year-old was Little Miss Mismatched. She loved Disney princess dresses paired with rain boots and purple flowered leggings with her green and gold Packer t-shirt.
That morning, I picked my…Continue
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