Archive for July 2014

I miss my perky boobs

I miss my perky boobs
I miss my perky boobs. There I said it. I miss my perky boobs. The girls. My beautiful D cup boobs. My just enough to squish together boobs. My wear cute, sexy Victoria’s Secret bras, boobs. My 20-something….Heck 30-something, pre baby boobs. Now after childbirth, I have droopy, floppy, DDD cups. Jesus. Top heavy, luscious,... Read more »

Stay At Home Parents Don't Have Mondays

I am a full time working mom. I put in a 40 plus hour work week. In my spare time (ha!) I manage to write. My partner also works full time. Our son attends an early learning center in our absence. Juggling a full time job, child, pets, and a home is very difficult. Tiring.... Read more »

The day I received a hate letter

The day I received a hate letter
Long before I started blogging I was already receiving hate mail. They say you’ve made it into the blogging world when you piss someone off enough to receive hateful emails, Facebook responses, and Tweets. But what happens when you are just a regular person who had a baby and receive a hate letter? You cry.... Read more »
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Can we please stop talking about breastfeeding

Can we please stop talking about breastfeeding
I’m going to just get right down to it. Breastfeed, don’t breastfeed, but for heaven’s sake can we please stop talking about breastfeeding? And blaming things on breastfeeding? It seems the whole world is talking about it. Little known fact, breastfeeding has been going on for centuries. It’s not new. Not even a little. Why... Read more »

Let's take an infant to a concert and other selfish parenting moves

Let's take an infant to a concert and other selfish parenting moves
First off, none of us are perfect parents. None. Of. Us. Nope, not you. Not me. Really, you’re not. Stop acting. But, we are all taught a level of common sense. We are born with a brain. They are made to think, to process. So, when it comes to our kids, why aren’t we using... Read more »

15 Things I Wish I Knew About Labor and Delivery

15 Things I Wish I Knew About Labor and Delivery
My son just celebrated his second birthday last week. As we were driving home from his birthday celebration, I looked at the clock and realized it was 7:51pm. The moment he arrived in this world. I remembered the relief I felt when he was finally here. I also remember the 29 hours before. I can... Read more »
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Psychic Pregnancy Readings..Friend or Foe

Psychic Pregnancy Readings..Friend or Foe
One of the online mommy groups I readily visit recently shared a thread about psychic pregnancy readings. One of the women in the group recently had her cards read and shared her findings with the group. Suddenly the board lit up like a Christmas tree and at least 30 other women shared that they too... Read more »