10 Funny Parenting Tweets

Once, while on a Facebook Mom’s group, someone posted, “What’s your favorite mantra for getting through motherhood?” A member legit responded with, “f*** it.” I’ve never laughed harder at a Facebook post! And that is pretty much a summary of Twitter. As a Mom of 3 boys, I connect well with genuine parents and theirContinue reading “10 Funny Parenting Tweets”

Slow Cooker Applesauce

Ready for Fall? Here’s a simple recipe that will make your house smell amazingly like the best of Fall! Since preschool is only 2 days a week, I wanted to do something fun with my little guy on his day off. Not going to lie, I have Fall on the brain. And apple cinnamon isContinue reading “Slow Cooker Applesauce”

How to be a Fun Mom

First off, I’m going to warn you that I broke one of my own rules. Only 1-2 cups of coffee and never past 4:00 in the afternoon. I needed one more tonight because of hormonal fatigue. Which, if I’m being honest, the vegetarian diet has helped tremendously! So as I sit here tonight with caffeineContinue reading “How to be a Fun Mom”

The Baby Blues (A Message to Suffering Moms)

I feel urged to finally share this with you. I’ve had several of these posts drafted and I couldn’t bring myself to hit “publish,” until I recently saw a post about PPD. In the past few years moms are just starting to open up about their mental health. The effects of postpartum anxiety, postpartum depression,Continue reading “The Baby Blues (A Message to Suffering Moms)”

How to Enjoy Mom Life More (While Raising a Young Crew)

Moms raising small dependent kids who are struggling need to hear this message.

10 Affirmations For The Oldest Sibling

Our oldest son, Chirs, turned 7 years old yesterday! Holy cow! I never thought I would look back and think that raising kids goes quick! I literally don’t know the day of the week most days, nor do I feel like the past 7 years has been all rainbows and unicorns. But, wow! Suddenly 7Continue reading “10 Affirmations For The Oldest Sibling”

From Girls To Motherhood (To The Best Mom Friends)

Growing up as little girls was a hard life. We thought our “BFFs” would always have our back. But that wasn’t the case for a lot of us girls. A girls world is hard! There was gossip, sharing secrets that weren’t to be shared, stealing boyfriends, stealing friends, jealousy, trying to outshine each other forContinue reading “From Girls To Motherhood (To The Best Mom Friends)”

Mom Life (And The Thing No One Talks About)

Mom friend, I know your struggle well. I know that you’ve entirely changed since you’ve become a Mom. You have less time for the things you love, including sleep. I also know that beautiful memories are made when unexpected, just as often as the day’s obstacles before you. And I know that being a MomContinue reading “Mom Life (And The Thing No One Talks About)”

Dear Middle Child

As my middle son nears age 5, I feel like I missed him being a baby. Part of that may be him being the middle kid. Or maybe because he’s close in age to his brothers. Whatever the case, he suddenly seems so grown up! This is what I want him to know. Dear middleContinue reading “Dear Middle Child”

How We Hudson

Have you ever wondered how large families function? How do they get places on time? How do they feed all those kids? How do they afford it all? A new YouTube channel, “How We Hudson” has begun a questions series. The family of 9 seems to manage everything so well that people have been askingContinue reading “How We Hudson”