Posts in category "Go to Mommy"

6 Indoor Spots For Fall and Winter Kids Birthdays In Chicago

6 Indoor Spots For Fall and Winter Kids Birthdays In Chicago
Tomorrow is the first day of fall, even if it doesn’t feel like it outside just yet. While we’re happy about the extended summer weather, we all know it will soon come to an end. For those of us with children born in the fall and winter months, we’re often charged with the task of... Read more »

Sorry Not Sorry: Kids Cry and Flights are no Exception

Sorry Not Sorry: Kids Cry and Flights are no Exception
I’m the type of person who may occasionally apologize for being bumped into, walking past someone, or other things that typically only warrant an “excuse me” or similar response. I’m not sure if it’s a woman thing, but I often find myself saying sorry for things that I’m not at fault for. One thing I... Read more »

Memes Aside, Kindergarten Graduation is a Big Deal

Memes Aside, Kindergarten Graduation is a Big Deal
Lately, I’ve seen a lot of meme’s floating around about how parents do way too much for Kindergarten graduations. I’m sure this has been a running joke for many years, however this year it caught my attention, for an obvious reason. My baby will be graduating from Kindergarten in a few weeks, and it’s definitely... Read more »
Advertisement:

Why Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week is Important

Why Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week is Important
As a first-time school parent, I’ve learned so much this year.  Being a parent to a school-aged child has drastically changed so many aspects of our lives. For starters, it required us to have a more traditional routine with homework, bedtime and more. It also afforded me the opportunity to take advantage of more of... Read more »

How becoming a school mom ruined my blog life....

How becoming a school mom ruined my blog life....
Ok so maybe my title is a bit drastic, but it’s kind of true. My last post on here was in the summertime, right before we started preparing for Go-2Girlie’s (formerly Go-2-Baby) school debut. I was extremely nervous, and excited at the same time. I’ve always struggled to find time to write while managing my... Read more »

Hold the shade: 5 things to consider before judging another parent

Hold the shade: 5 things to consider before judging another parent
I was almost certain I knew everything I would or wouldn’t do when I became a parent, before actually being one. That’s normally how it is. We probably said things like, “my child would never throw a tantrum in public” “or I wish my child would do that.: Most parents can agree that this role... Read more »
Advertisement:

Mattel makes me want to be a Barbie girl...again

Mattel makes me want to be a Barbie girl...again
I haven’t written much lately, not because I don’t want to, but because I haven’t really found the time to do so. Today would have probably been the same, only I saw a post on my FB timeline that made me happy. Like happier than it probably should have, considering I’m not a kid anymore.... Read more »

How parenthood changed Halloween for me

How parenthood changed Halloween for me
Halloween wasn’t a big deal in my household when I was growing up.We wore costumes and brought candy to school for the classroom party, but that was about it. My very first time trick or treating was actually as a teen, when I decided to take my younger siblings around the neighborhood. After college graduation,... Read more »

Chicago weather, please don't ruin Halloween...again

Chicago weather, please don't ruin Halloween...again
I still can’t believe that Halloween is less than an hour away. This year seems to have flown by so fast, that I almost didn’t see it coming. With that, my daughter has been looking forward to Halloween and trick or treating for months now. She wanted to be Anna from Frozen, and then Ariel,... Read more »
Advertisement:

Hey Raven, you need a best friend like me

Hey Raven, you need a best friend like me
Dear Raven-Symone, I’m going to just call you Raven, because I feel like I’ve known you all of my life. A few weeks ago, I wrote a letter to you in a different tone. It was in response to your comments about “ghetto names” and how you’d discriminate against people because of them. You’ve since... Read more »