Morgan M's Blog – September 2012 Archive (2)

5 Things Stay at Home Moms Do Not Sign On For

About 3 months ago I became a stay at home mom again. I've been one before. Heck, I've been everything before- a working mom, a single mom, a single working mom, a stay at home mom, a work from home mom, a mom who took her kids to work with her; I'm pretty sure I've been in almost every angle of the stay at home mom vs. working mom debate, and even created a new angle or two from which to view it.

Bottom line: I love being a stay at home mom. I do "work" during the day while…

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Added by Morgan M on September 25, 2012 at 12:20pm — No Comments

10 Reasons I'm Glad We Can't Procreate Anymore

I love kids. If I didn't love kids, I wouldn't have had any. I love my 2 kids with all my heart, but I get asked every now and then if I think I'll ever have any more kids. My answer? Hell no.





First off, Hubby and I can't have any more kids. I'll leave y'all guessing as to which one of us had some alterations done, but the bottom line is the two of us, as a couple, have procreated all that we can procreate. And I think I speak for the both of us when I say,…

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Added by Morgan M on September 18, 2012 at 9:27am — No Comments

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