Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. Yep, already. The chaos of The HOLIDAYS has officially (unofficially?) begun. So, tomorrow, when your son dumps his full plate of food on the carpet, your other son tells you he hates everything you made and it smells like “green garbage,” and Drunk Uncle is muttering about kids these days and their
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I’m a big fan of Instagram. I’ve always been into pictures – taking them, looking at them – and I love that Instagram makes it easy not only to capture all the little moments that make up a day, but also offers a chance to infuse a little creativity into to the monotony…fun filters and
Perhaps that title should read “crazier” because “crazy” is already the defining characteristic of my life. Wait, I know…top 5 ways to send a working mom OVER THE EDGE. 1. Notes home Got a note home from camp about my son not having a napkin in his lunch today. Seriously. A napkin. For my 8-year-old son who
I used to be a very decisive, rational person. I miss that. Instead, here I am doing my daily mental gymnastics…the ultimate flip-flopper. I drive myself crazy, nevermind everyone around me. I simply can not decide if I’m happy about my kids growing up or not. Case in point: One morning I’m swirling with stress, chaos, sippy cups,
Loved Katie’s recent throwback post and thought I’d add a few of my own! You know you’re a mom if… – Your shopping list regularly includes these three things: diapers, goldfish, wine – You’ve taken photo and/or video of a crying child. – You’ve ever said “good luck” instead of “good bye” to a childcare provider. – The phone