Horse love I signed one of my daughters up for an extra-curricular activity (drum roll please): horse riding lessons. My typically hot-tempered kiddo becomes very calm and peaceful on a horse; it’s honestly therapeutic. This is a first because my parenting philosophy leans away from […]
I have waved the white flag on dieting. Here is what I have learned the past 30 years of having a dysfunctional relationship with food and distorted body-image. Diets are designed to fail from the minute you start them. This is true because any sort […]
In continuation from my last post with reasons #1-4, here are more reasons why I don’t get the mom struggle. Reasons #5-9 Why I Don’t Get the Mom Struggle 5. I communicate with my partner, A LOT, about EVERYTHING and I pass things off to […]
“You make it look so easy” is something I have heard more than once. Motherhood is not easy, but I have figured out why I don’t feel the mom struggle. Here are reasons #1-4 why I don’t feel the mom struggle.
Breaking news: I don’t hate Facebook anymore. I actually have found value in it. After realizing Facebook is not where lifelong friendships are going to blossom, I have found 6 things I like about Facebook.
How did we get here? Let’s learn about the history of breastfeeding and why formula was created. I just finished reading Unlatched: The Evolution of Breastfeeding and the Making of a Controversy by Jennifer Grayson. I am a breastfeeding advocate and took the extra step […]
My twins are 3 years old and I have not been looking forward to potty training. If anything, I am not encouraging the potty. I just don’t want to deal with it (I am a generally lazy parent). When seeing my twins take tiny steps towards potty […]
Keeping it short and simple with 2 things I’m loving right now – music and nail polish: Lorde’s album Melodrama If I was a teenager, I could see all the songs becoming my personal anthem. She captures my angst-riddled self without being annoying. I could see […]