Archive for January 2014
Thanks to the amazing insight of one of my blogging heroes, The Bloggess (if you don’t follow her, your life is incomplete) I fell madly in love with this little gem about the crazy shit people have Googled that has lead them to her blog. Ironically, few hours later the same topic came up among... Read more »
I know it’s bad luck to share your birthday wish, but I want you to know when I blow out the 33 candles on my cake tomorrow (fire hazard) I will be wishing to be a kid again. It’s not really for cliché reasons like living in some magical world where ignorance is bliss and... Read more »
If you follow The Tot Wrangler on Facebook, you may have witnessed my proposal to single-handedly curb the teen pregnancy epidemic in this country. Of course I love being a mother, more than I’ve loved any other role in my life, but I assure you this shit isn’t for amateurs. Teenagers need to stick to... Read more »
A few times a week I stumble upon oh-so-sweet pictures of a kiddo sleeping in the car, which usually warms my icy heart. My first thought is usually awwwwww kids (especially other people’s) are so adorable……..when they are sleeping. Two seconds later, I’m usually thinking well that doesn’t look safe. The kid is slumped over, with loose twisted straps,... Read more »
9 days out of 10, my 32 year old ass, finds myself being reprimanded (by my mother) for my use of profanity. It’s safe to say I am a bit of a potty mouth. I don’t think about it, the words just sort of fly out of my mouth. Admittedly, it’s not the most feminine... Read more »
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