Tag: humor

A Helpful Checklist to See if You Might Be a Toddler...

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When you have a baby, or possibly even beforehand, you are bound to hear comments about toddlers. You might hear about, “The terrible twos,”...

Mom Confessions: My Epic Failed Attempt at a Family Holiday Tradition

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Five years ago, I had the wonderful idea to create a new family holiday tradition. My idea was pulled from my love affair with...

My Ultimate Mom Hack: The Beauty of Made Up House Rules

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Hi fellow mom... I’m just stopping by to give you a reminder in case you forgot (like I did.) You are the mom, and guess...

Mom Fails: Turning Epic Fails into Epic Wins.

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It’s time to face the music, moms. None of us are flawless and this post is here to remind you that there’s no rule...

Please Stop Talking, Seriously: A Rant about Mom Judgment

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We all have people in our lives that maybe we know well or just met on the street or happen to work with or...

Spectator Sport: Observations from the Sidelines of My Kids’ Hobbies

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My kiddos are 8 and 11 and I believe that they each now have the same number of active hobbies as years. From skiing...

Mom Lies: The Sneaky Things I Tell My Kids Nearly Daily

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Before I had kids; I had no idea what this parenting thing was all about. I sure thought I did, though. When I think...

Are You There God? It’s Me, Nicole: Mom to a Tween

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Does anyone remember the book, Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret, by Judy Blume? I do. I remember reading that book from front...

How My Phobias Have Changed Because of Motherhood

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There are a few things I have always been afraid of. Some I’d categorize as phobias, and others are more anxiety-producing, rather than an...

Why it is Important to Make Time for Humor Every Day

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Flash back to my bridal shower: My bridesmaids have put together a list of questions, asked my (now) husband to answer them, and are...

Inventions I Plan To Create When I Become A Parenting Super...

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If necessity is the mother of invention, then inventions are necessary to survive modern momhood. The consumer parenting world is made of marvelous toys. We...

Murphy’s Law of Parenting: Anything that Can Go Wrong, Will

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Murphy’s Law is an adage that anything that can go wrong will go wrong. Personally, I think this is the perfect way to describe...

Global Perspectives: Ten Travel Tips for Traveling with Kids

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My husband and I were travelers before we started our family. After we had children, we foolishly thought that we could just pack our...

Mom Diaries: I Think My Appliances Are Mocking Me

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There are so many appliances in my house. Some are ones I use every day, like the typical: refrigerator, stove, and washing machine (yes...