Remember that time I told you I have 5 kids? That was completely true. What I didn’t tell you is they’re amazing and crazy and they make me feel amazing, but mostly just crazy.
I didn’t realize just how different kids from the same family could be till I had 5 of them and every single one of them is completely different. Especially my youngest, Eden.
Eden just turned 5 years old, but she has a very old soul. She was born middle aged. After 5 kids she manages to make me feel like a rookie in parenting. READ MORE
I saw this article in The Gloss the other day titled 7 Items You Should Never Wear After Age 30 Because You Are Old, Dumb And Ugly. The title made me laugh,
…so I had to read on.
The article points out the silliness of these rules, but apparently there really are individuals who feel these “rules” mean something. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t want to look ridiculous. But these rules? Not so much.
Here are the the rules from The Gloss article: no leopard prints, no leather, no long hair, and no cleavage.
I went to the Children’s Museum this morning here in town and had an experience that I will probably never forget. My son and I were in the elevator (daughter is at camp – a wonderful invention – I would like to kiss deeply the person who thought of camp). Anyway, my son and I were getting into the elevator when a woman came in looking a bit frazzled. She had a big double stroller with a boy in the front seat around 7 years old, and then 3 other children around her, slightly older. READ MORE
Motherhood is ushered in with a plethora of new smells. Some are sweet, like the slightly soured milk smell of a little baby. Or, the smell of a baby’s blanket. But, sometimes, motherhood stinks. Literally.
1.) Blowouts Happen
For those unfamiliar with the blowout, a blowout is what occurs when the diaper that was designed to contain a child’s excrement malfunctions and said excrement oozes from the sides, or possibly the top, of the diaper. Another theory is that the excrement is expelled from the child with such force that the laws of physics warrant that bodily fluids must escape from the top of the diaper. READ MORE