A Parenting Poem

I wanted to share a poem with you, written by my Dad. In the midst of chaos of parenthood, this poem resonates with me and I’m sure it will with you also. This is a poem about making decisions out of love for our families. Here’s the poem: ——————————————————– What’s Important I wanted to doContinue reading “A Parenting Poem”

For the Mom Who Doesn’t Have Time for Resolutions

Momma, don’t feel bad if you don’t have a New Year Resolution. If you feel like you’re too overwhelmed already then keep reading. First off, I just want to say that I did take an unintentional break (at first) from Momma Bird. Over the course of the last few months my husband was finishing upContinue reading “For the Mom Who Doesn’t Have Time for Resolutions”

The Ultimate Way to Reverse Mom Guilt

Once you know you have Mom guilt, a lot of searching happens. Is this normal? Why don’t I feel satisfied? Will I always feel this pressure? Does any good come out of feeling this way? I may not have all of the answers, but yes it’s normal. And no I don’t think Mom guilt leadsContinue reading “The Ultimate Way to Reverse Mom Guilt”

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”

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”

3 Superfood Smoothies

Sunday recipe posts are back on Momma Bird Blog! Although this is not a fitness and weight loss blog, nutrition is such a huge part of feeling good. I often find myself talking nutrition with my husband, because I value the benefits of eating well. Sometimes when he’s really tired, I remind him to haveContinue reading “3 Superfood Smoothies”

How Stay-at-Home Parents Can Build a Resume

How can I build my resume while I’m a stay-at-home parent?  If you’ve decided to be a stay-at-home parent, you may eventually start to panic about returning to work. Many of us have no intention of forever being a “homebody.” After all, it seems a large number of us stay-at-home parents were climbing career laddersContinue reading “How Stay-at-Home Parents Can Build a Resume”

Mouth-watering Mac and Cheese (With Butternut Squash)

I’m so excited about this recipe! You may remember a recipe I shared with you all a couple years back. It contained remnants of the “yucky” dinner that my kids couldn’t even stomach. Sneakily, I added the baked butternut squash and a few other ingredients, resulting in some “magic chocolate muffins.” They had no clueContinue reading “Mouth-watering Mac and Cheese (With Butternut Squash)”

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 Mom Guilt

There is one main message I think that Moms need to hear, but often don’t hear enough, it’s that you matter. In the midst of your messy home, in your messy bun, wearing yesterday’s pajamas, where you often lose your cool, you feel so unaccomplished. Yet, you’ve accomplished everything! Your kids know your unconditional loveContinue reading “10 Affirmations For Mom Guilt”