Are you on Pinterest? Who isn’t? Pinterest is the MOST powerful social media tool for mamapreneurs. Whether you are a
I bet you thought you already knew how to fold a shirt. I did too! It wasn’t until I assigned the task to my 8-year-old that I learned I’d been doing it ALL WRONG. You see, I’d thought the thing to do to get the task going was to, you know, pick up a shirt. (Or something along those lines. I’m still working it out in my head.)
But no. As I learned today, there are many, many more steps involved before any part of your human flesh can actually touch the laundry.
So, here they are, the 13 steps to folding a shirt, according to my 8-year-old daughter:
I was having a hard time thinking of topics for this week’s list, so I asked my kids for ideas. Here’s what they suggested:
I’ve been tagged to take part in the Rocking Motherhood series by a total rockstar mom, Alisa of UKYankee. The idea of Rocking Motherhood started with Patricia at White Camellias as a way for mothers to look at the job they are doing, raising the next generation, and celebrate all the ways they’re killing it!
2. Don’t ignore your vagina. Sorry girls. I know you find this topic painfully humiliating, but it has to be said. (Aren’t you glad I did this in writing?) Right around puberty, you’ll start to notice some goopy stuff coming out of your vajayjay on a regular basis. This is totally normal and nothing to worry about. But if it itches, turns red, or starts to smell weird, you need to see a doctor. Vaginas are tough little mofos, but the tiniest little upset in bacteria or ph balance can cause some serious discomfort. Don’t be embarrassed. Don’t suffer through it because you don’t want to tell me that your lady bits hurt. It’s not worth it. Trust me.
Beberly: Beberly is still a bit too old to be Bieber’s bae, but she’s libbing it up in Beberly Hills. Biba la Beberly!
These #churchsigns cracked me up this week! Create your own Thursday 13 and post it here! Or join in
It’s that time of year again! After a long holiday season of celebrations and indulging in way too much good
People write “To Do” lists all the time. You know what I think I really need? A NOT-To-Do list. I’m