It is somewhat comforting to know that when you are up at midnight, Googling “when will I stop worrying?” it’s totally normal.
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.
It doesn’t take much effort to find a post or meme on social media comparing parenting in the 70s, 80s, or 90s to parenting today. They litter our feeds, making them almost unavoidable. I’ve even written and shared some of these myself. These posts explore the differences between how our parents approached parenting and how […]
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.
Parties are supposed to be fun; however, a children’s party is a special kind of vortex where fun goes to die.
A two-year-old bought a $400 couch on Amazon because toddlers like to find new and interesting ways to terrorize us.
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.