Category : Learning Curve

mom hypocritical oath

This article was first published by Sarah Jean here on Suburban Misfit Mom. I,  (insert name here) , hereby, do solemnly swear that from this day forward, I will be the best Mom I can be, when I am able to muster the strength and energy to do so. All of the other times, I pledge to be a total hypocrite …

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Written on Sep, 12, 2016 by in , | Leave a comment
mom blogging

It’s been just over a year since I started Mom blogging (ugh… that word still makes me uncomfortable). Don’t worry – I’ll try to avoid words like “blogiversary” and other made up words like, well, like blog! Anyway, in the year since I started this…. thing, I’ve learned quite a bit. The first thing I learned was that the internet can be a vast …

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mommy brain

Chances are, if you’re a Mom, you’ve heard the terms pregnancy brain or mommy brain. I know these aren’t technical or medical terms, but they really should be. I consider myself a relatively intelligent adult, but ever since I had kids, something has happened to my brain. I never really thought much about it until I started scrolling through the …

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kids will be kids

There are so many things adults do and say that children simply do not understand. I get it. I was in their shoes once. We all were. Kids will be kids, but the fact remains that an awful lot of what they do is incredibly irritating. And they won’t know why until they have kids of their own. Here’s a little list …

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other people's kids

I find it astonishing how patient I can be with other people’s kids compared to my own. Other people’s kids can show me 50 crappy drawings of the same picture, take 10 minutes to tell me something that should only take 10 seconds, or ask me the same stupid question 20 times, and my responses would be, “Oh, what a nice …

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