Are you on Pinterest? Who isn’t? Pinterest is the MOST powerful social media tool for mamapreneurs. Whether you are a
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:
Dear Lord, as I gaze upon the calm and peaceful countenance of my sleeping child, I am filled with a love so great, that I am certain my body can’t hold it. And then the love continues to grow, and I am amazed that You’ve given me a heart capable of holding something larger than the encapsulated sum of everything.
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!
Several weeks ago, I published an article about a woman who criticized my parenting at a Starbucks. To jog your memory, she stared at me with a petrified look of helpless horror normally reserved for kidnapping victims or people being eaten by fire ants. She might also have been the Starbucks Ambassador for Keeping Children off of Stools. (Stools, as you know, are a top cause of childhood mortality and maiming.)
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.
If your child is going to sleep away camp, you know what I’m talking about. The list is insane! And after you shop for all this stuff, you’ve got to label every little item and somehow pack it into a duffle bag that your kid can actually carry. Sound familiar? Well, as with so many other things in life, now there’s an app for that!
I’m blogging on Red Tricycle today! Check it out! This really just happened. Emma and Sophia were playing in the
I’ve always been afraid of bugs. Well, not so much afraid of as disgusted by. And it’s not just bugs