Posts in category "Random"

To the long lost friends who we see everyday

To the long lost friends who we see everyday
For the most part, everyone pretty much has multiple groups of friends. We have close friends who are more like extended family, colleagues who we occasionally communicate with outside of the office, former friends who were once connected through work or school and finally,  social media  friends. We typically have set expectations on how each... Read more »

Confessions of a working mom: Tomorrow will be a good day if...

As a  mommy to an adventurous and energetic toddler,  who doubles as a PR/Marketing exec, I often have my weeknights cut out for me. My career keeps me pretty occupied between the hours of 9- whenever I’m done with enough work to go home. Whether I walk in the door at 6 p.m. or 9:30... Read more »

How come no one ever tells you how cool three year olds really are?

How come no one ever tells you how cool three year olds really are?
When you’re pregnant everyone goes on and on about everything you’ll experience with your newborn and as a parent in general. They usually follow up with tips and points for one year olds and of course offer up all the horror stories from the dreaded terrible twos. But, I’ve noticed that there are rarely any... Read more »
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Little white lies...how we teach our children to bend the truth

Children are typically the most honest and innocent people in the world, next to elderly people of course. Although this is true, many young children know exactly when and why to bend the truth. My three year old is usually pretty truthful, but at times she tends to say she didn’t do something that I... Read more »

5 things non-parents need to stop saying to parents...please and thank you

Becoming a parent was the ultimate game changer for me. In three years, I’ve become a person who I never imagined I’d be. I’m much stronger, make better decisions and have less tolerance for B.S than ever before. If you would have told me that being someone’s mother would make me an all-around better person,... Read more »

We've all been fooled, Hello Kitty is not a kitty

We've all been fooled, Hello Kitty is not a kitty
Hello Kitty has been a favorite among girls and women everywhere for the last forty years. I’ve personally purchased many items featuring the extremely loveable character. At the moment, I’m staring at a Hello Kitty Dream Lite on my floor and Go 2 Baby is wearing a Hello Kitty night shirt. I even own a... Read more »
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The Un-Moms Club: Being an unmarried, unsingle mommy

I tend to not get too personal on my blog, but this post has been on my mind for quite a while now.  I figure there has to be some women out her who can relate to me. You see, I’m a part of a group of moms that I’m dubbing, the “Un-Moms.” We are... Read more »

Bad mommy moments, we all have them

Bad mommy moments, we all have them
I’m sure I can’t be the only mom who occasionally has bad mommy moments. Moments when you feel like you must be a terrible mom based on something your child does or says in response to your words or actions. I had one of these moments recently and it really made me feel like crap.... Read more »

The bitter moms who steal Father's Day....

The bitter moms who steal Father's Day....
Here we are in the month of June, where there’s a special day to honor the male parent in our lives who who often receive a lot less credit, and way more bashing than us moms. Now, of course there are a few guys who don’t deserve the title of being a dad simply because... Read more »
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Why Curious George may be a bad influence on my child.. and yours too!

Why Curious George may be a bad influence on my child.. and yours too!
A few months ago, Go-2-baby was Caillou’s biggest fan, something I learned that many other parents disagreed with. After searching the web, I realized that Caillou was/is America’s most hated Cartoon (and he isn’t even American,) go figure. I didn’t mind Caillou, he was a little whiny. stubborn brat, but I know worse kids in... Read more »