Explaining My Period to My 3 Year Old Son

This may be the most share-y/TMI post I’ve written.  I thought maybe I shouldn’t share this, but this blog is supposed to be about my experience raising my little guy, so here goes. A few days ago… I’m in the … Continue reading

What Mommy Does Behind Closed Doors

I love my family, but sometimes I need to do me. Being a parent is a never ending job, and once you pop out a kid, you will never be alone again! When I lived alone, dressing up and playing … Continue reading

Time to Put the Kid to Work

My kid needs to get a job and start paying my cellphone bill.  Perhaps I should get his father to cut me 50% on his behalf. Right now, he’s on my phone watching YouTube videos of subway trains.  I tried … Continue reading

I Just Melted Into a Puddle of Mush!

Breaking News! I posted this picture on Facebook. As my son walked by, I asked, “What do you think of Mommy’s picture? He assessed the photo for a few seconds and said, “You’re beautiful.” Oh. My. Word. I just melted … Continue reading

Ridiculous Cool

Ridiculous Cool

This picture says so much about my kid’s personality and interests. My kid is a puzzle master.  Plus, his cool is so cool, it’s ridiculous! Side note: Can you tell that I’m the founder and president of his fan club? … Continue reading

My Kid Discovers the Difference Between Mommy and Daddy

My kid is full of little gems. The latest came a few days ago… My husband decides to take a leak while I am in the bathroom getting ready for work, and my son comes in wondering where daddy is. … Continue reading

Shaming Feeding Breasts is OK but Raising Children to be Obese is Nobody’s Business

Shaming Feeding Breasts is OK but Raising Children to be Obese is Nobody’s Business

So, I saw this on my Facebook Timeline today. I’m sure the poster’s intent is for me to: 1. Ridicule the woman for her weight. 2. Laugh that she’s carrying this too old and too big for a harness child … Continue reading

When Parenting Gets Real!

My son is 27 months today. That boy is smart, active, determined, and independent.  My mom tells me he is very much like me when I was his age.  He knows exactly what he wants, how he wants it, and … Continue reading

Breast Feeding and Tooth Decay

I took my little guy to the doctor for his 2 y.o. check up last week, and learned something I wanted to share. I wanted my pediatrician to give me some tips as to how I could ween my kid, … Continue reading