Mental health is such an important thing that should be spoken about often. It’s even more important for parents to know their mental illnesses do not have to determine whether or not they are good parents.
Balancing both motherhood and a blog can be very demanding at times. Sometimes mom life can be very overwhelming while blogging can bring on new things like the need to be consistent. It is not impossible to manage my mom blog but in order to do it I needed a plan.
An apology letter to our neighbors or "something like that". This is my best attempt at an apology letter to our neighbors. I know that they will probably never read this but I just need to put this out into the universe. For their sake I hope they don't spend as much time as we do at home.
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I told you last week that in every aspect of life there is the balance of love and hate. I posted the 5 things I hate about motherhood and this week I decided to share all the things I love about motherhood.
Cin from Thee Milk Barr inspired me to rewrite a post she posted called 5 things I hate about motherhood. I don’t think hate is a strong enough word for this post because some of these things are downright explosive. Don’t give me that judgement face because as a parent you know what I am talking about. In the parental community we need to stop acting like their isn’t any hate where our love resides because realistically this is the natural order of things. So I say with honor and conviction that I absolutely hate the 5 things about motherhood that I listed below. 1. Anxiety/Guilt Motherhood is that time when you develop obnoxious anxiety and guilt about being so crazy. You give birth to gremlins and every single second of their lives their mission is to drive you nuts by attempting to kill themselves. After freaking out you feel…
The Adventures of Bunny and Cookie continues with these two cuties taking a walk outside. I love it when my 2 y.o is talking to my 4 y.o about what she is doing and the she responds with so much excitement. She has been using a lot more words and creating longer sentences to communicate with her siblings. My favorite moments from the two of them are similar to the moment in the meme below.
According to HER Foundation website , Hyperemesis Gravidarum is a severe form of nausea and vomitting in pregnancy. It can be so bad that women lose vital nutrients to sustain life of the fetus or both her and the fetus. HG can also bring about mental and emotional symptoms such as depression and anxiety.
I hope that you are all having a lovely Wednesday even though it is hotter than the kitchen oven on 500 degrees. Stay safe and stay hydrated! Scrolling down my Twitter timeline I see all these mamas taking their kiddos out on adventures and I felt momspired (mom + inspired) to begin sharing my cartoon/comic series for kids today called "The Adventures of Bunny and Cookie.
Motherhood...is a mix between the Hunger Games and some weird version of Alice and Wonderland sending you down a rabbit hole into a world that challenges your sanity. Around every corner there is a test that can put a really large fork in your road and up in the trees is your child’s face whispering dinner request.