Archive for September 2014

What?? There's a toddler friendly iPhone setting?

What?? There's a toddler friendly iPhone setting?
I came across several pages of cool things the iPhone can do while browsing Pinterest the other night. There are so many secret functions. Most I knew about or have seen. But one I did not and I’m in love with it. As you know, I have a toddler. A two year old. And although... Read more »

10 reasons my DVR sees more action in the bedroom

Boardwalk Empire
Fall television. Is there anything more exciting than that? Well, besides the kids going back to school. Or a sleeping baby. Or a comatose toddler.  Or better yet, a new bed. We bought a new bed. A KING size bed. A king size Tempur-Pedic bed. A king size, you stay on your side of the bed, and I... Read more »

McDonald's Playplace is the devil

McDonald's Playplace is the devil
I almost died over the weekend. I had a near death experience. Like a serious come to Jesus. I got stuck in a tube at a McDonald’s Playplace. Not like “I was too big stuck” but claustrophobic stuck. Paralyzed with fear, hyperventilating, sweating, walls closing in around me, get me the fuck out of here... Read more »
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Parenting Fail...so you got your head rolled up in a window

Parenting Fail...so you got your head rolled up in a window
My son has had a rough couple of weeks. First he fell head first off a slide at school and ended up with a black eye. After recovering from that, he was stung in the face twice by a group of bees. To add insult to injury, I clipped his bottom lip into the chest... Read more »

An open letter to the men of the NFL

An open letter to the men of the NFL
To whom it may concern, Yeah, I know. “To whom it may concern” is pretty broad spectrum. In all honesty, I don’t know where to start. It seems lately the shady and shittiness of the NFL stems all they way from the players to the commissioner so I thought “what the heck, this should target... Read more »

Not all the shame belongs to Ray Rice

Not all the shame belongs to Ray Rice
By now most of America has seen the footage of the Baltimore Ravens player, Ray Rice, physically assaulting his then fiancé, now wife, in an elevator. It was a shocker to all except, in my opinion, the Baltimore Ravens and NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell . I don’t believe they were flabbergasted by the video footage.... Read more »
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Three things I learned when we said goodbye to the pacifier

Three things I learned when we said goodbye to the pacifier
We did it. We said goodbye. There were tears. Mine, mostly. I wasn’t ready. But he was. We said goodbye to the pacifier. His “Buddy”. We tried to break him of his first Buddy about 4 months ago. I couldn’t take the crying. My crying. He made me so sad. So, I gave him another.... Read more »

The man, the myth, the legend: Garth Brooks

The man, the myth, the legend: Garth Brooks
I have two words for you. Garth Brooks You really only need one. Garth. I had the pleasure of attending one of his shows over the weekend. We had tickets to the 10:30pm show on Saturday and I was honestly worried I wouldn’t make it. I’m usually long asleep by 10:30pm, even on the weekends.... Read more »

Motherhood is a crummy job

Motherhood is a crummy job
Motherhood. The crummiest job I’ve ever had. I know what you are thinking, Judgey McJudgerson. Settle down kids. What I mean is, the crumbiest. As in crumbs. Messes. Food everywhere. It starts with baby cookies. Slimy, wet, mashed up cookies. In every crack and crevice of your baby. All over the height chair. In her... Read more »
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