As a mom of three, people often laugh that my boys keep me on my toes. But no, seriously, that’s an understatement. And like any mom, I get really mentally and emotionally burnt out.
Raising kids isn’t easy. And if you’re dealing with other stressors like mental health, maybe a time-consuming career, or financial burdens, it just starts to weigh you down.
And moms tend to conceal their heartache and struggles well, which is totally unserstandable. But so many of us are going through similar challenges.
I really just want to share some inspiring quotes to lift you up. Even though this is just a phase of life, I know it doesn’t feel like it some days. But you got this momma!
Continue reading “10 Powerful Quotes For Tired Moms”
I really wanted to share this post because it’s exactly why I started blogging. I had a rough year that changed my life. I was so impacted because I was minding my own business, doing ok. Then life just happened. I did nothing to deserve any of it.
Continue reading “When Life Gets Tough”
Mom and Dad,
I may not have always understood you, but now as I raise my own family, I see much more clearly. I have a deeper love and respect for you because I know you gave all of yourselves to us, even when my siblings and I didn’t know it.
Now as I’ve grown, I have two perceptions of you.
Continue reading “An Open Letter To Mom and Dad”
Parenthood is so far from easy. And perfection is miles away. It’s hard to own a home (and one that’s always clean), look put together, be on time with the whole family, and have kids that never whine. These are what parents’ dreams are made of!
Social media perceptions can sometimes cause moms to be extra insecure. No one really talks about the struggles.
However, if you use Twitter, you’ll read several relatable, sarcastic, and entertaining tweets about parenting. Instead of questioning what you’re doing wrong in your home, you’ll feel right at home.
Continue reading “10 Funny Tweets About Parenthood”
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If you don’t stay at home with your kids, you probably have your own assumptions about the gig. Some look down on stay-at-home moms while some admire SAHMs. Let’s clear a few things up!
According to Forbes, staying home is popular among millenials for a variety of reasons. The gist of it is that mothers are looking to swap working away from home with work at home opportunities or “pinching pennies.”
Continue reading “10 Myths About the Stay-at-Home-Mom”
Why we never hired a babysitter
As a stay-at-home mom of 6 years, I made it my job to find ways to guide our family in the frugal lifestyle. Because you know, if you’re not making an income (alongside your spouse), the best you can do is save it and stretch it.
In 6 years time we haven’t gone on any fancy family vacations, we hardly dine out, and we even get picky with our monthly bills and groceries. I don’t get my hair or nails done. Not even a hired babysitter.
Continue reading “My Realization About Babysitters”
Mother’s Day is a big deal for us moms! Afterall, many agree that becoming a mom brought purpose to our lives.
While Moms appreciate gestures or gifts, what most of us want is even more meaningful. Continue reading “What Mom Really Wants for Mother’s Day”