There are certain things that go out the door when you become a mom: Dignity Sleep Your threshold for grossness and subsequently, your ability to determine what is TMI when sharing with others The walls begin to crumble during pregnancy. Doctors are wrist deep in your cervix with the nonchalance of someone reaching into a … Continue reading The Gross Non-Factor.
The day before I left on my mom-cation to Napa Valley, Facebook tossed a reminder my way that it had been a year since I officially embarked on my career as a stay-at-home-mom. A whole year. I could break down how many diapers I changed, how many meals I made, how much sleep I didn't … Continue reading Trading Whines for Wines
This past weekend we took our 3-year old son for a ride on the Polar Express and left his 14-month old sister at home. As much as I would like to say it was a difficult decision to leave her behind, it really wasn't. Mostly because she operates as if she slammed 5 pixie sticks … Continue reading Life with Two
Winter is coming. If you're a Game of Thrones fan this means one thing and if you're a parent, then it means something completely different. Although I think you could get the men on the wall to admit that toddlers with cabin fever (TCF) are more terrifying than white walkers if they spent an afternoon with them. With … Continue reading Winter Is Coming.
If you know me, know someone that knows me, or just happened to pass me in the grocery store chances are you know I am disrupting the heck out of our household by introducing not one, but two major milestones to my almost threenager's life: 1. The Transition to the Big Boy Bed and 2. … Continue reading Big Boying Ain’t Easy