Labels in themselves aren’t bad. In fact, putting a label on a child could get them the resources and help they need to succeed.
Camping and being in nature are great, unless you have small, exhausting children with you. Then, it’s a hotel with a real shower and bed, or nothing.
Kids say the most embarrassing things—we’ve all been through it. So be sure to jot those down so you can pull from the list on their wedding day!
Dear Fitbit, you seriously need to quit nagging me. If I’m sitting, it’s the first time in days. So I don’t need you telling me to get up. And eating? I got it.
I told my son that he needed to find a job that 1) he loved, 2) he was good at and 3) made money. His answer? A Youtube channel. Awesome.
As a recovering insomniac, I can tell you a few things. First of all, you do sleep (at least a little). And also, don’t buy stupid shit like sleep tea.
More than flowers, cards or even wine this Mothers Day, I want this one gift: to remember who I was before I became a mother.
Sometime we have to lie to our kids, especially when you have stupidly allowed them to have rodents as pets and those rodents become murderers.