Archive for March 2013

Get Your Groove On With GrooveBook!

Do me a favor. Take out your IPhone or Android  phone and go to your photo gallery. How many do you have? 100, 200, more??? How many of those photos do you have printed, sitting in a pretty album, photo frame, or scrapbook?  I bet little to none. I’m almost 9 months into parenthood and... Read more »

Life In The Fast (Pass) Lane

Life In The Fast (Pass) Lane
As I stood in line this weekend awaiting my son’s turn to sit on the Easter Bunny’s lap, my attention was turned to Christmas. Just 3 months ago, I stood in a similar line for that  jolly old fat fuck. A line full of screaming, impatient children, moms daydreaming for a bottle of wine, and... Read more »

Woof! vs. Waaaaa! Dog Parents vs Human Parents.....

Woof! vs. Waaaaa! Dog Parents vs Human Parents.....
I love my dogs. We currently own three. Before I had a child I had children. Fur children, fur babies. Four paws, drool, and dog hair. They were my life. Literally. I ran a very successful dog rescue for 12 years up until late last year. I finally had the confidence in myself and someone... Read more »
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My Toddler Did What?

My Toddler Did What?
Has your child ever done something where you look at him/her and think to yourself, “What did I do to deserve this?”  ”Where did I go wrong?” ” Who’s fucking kid is this???” Well, I have! My darling angel has done something that has made me speechless again. As we all know being a mom... Read more »

You Lose, Baby Shoes!

You Lose, Baby Shoes!
My little man is growing like a weed. He is happy, healthy, and costing us a small damn fortune. Honestly, in today’s world, how can anyone afford to send their children to college when a pair of baby shoes costs a million dollars. Baby… f-ing…shoes. Explain to me, how THAT costs just as much as... Read more »

If My 8 Month Old Son Could Tweet.....

If My 8 Month Old Son Could Tweet.....
When I was pregnant with my son I honestly didn’t believe people when they told me that once the baby arrived time would fly by. One minute they are tiny helpless newborns and the next walking, talking toddlers. I wish I would have listened. Granted, we have been with our son every step of the... Read more »
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