I use funny “boozy mom” talk to describe my struggles because it’s better to be a “boozy mom” than a depressed one. Or so I thought.
Pregnancy can be hell, and these annoying AF people are the people you’ll meet when you’re down there.
Finding new mom friends is like dating. You have to hit the hot-spots to meet people, don’t seem too desperate, and accept that sometimes it doesn’t work out.
I learned recently that lots of “mommy bloggers” are more than just jokes about yoga pants and potty-training. They have stories to tell — real ones.
In my experience, women are mean to each other. They kick each other when they’re down rather than build each other up. So mom friends? No thanks.
If you’re divorcing, please learn from my experiences (and my mistakes) and heed my advice. Follow the court guidelines. And then let some shit go.
Oh you’re thinking of potty-training? DON’T. Seriously. Wait. Then wait more. But you will probably do it anyway and enter the potty-training circle of hell.
As a mom, it’s important to find your people. Pinterest moms and yoga moms aren’t mine. Sweary moms with (maybe) spiked coffee? That’s more like it.