Christmas Eve at my mother in law’s feels like it happened so long ago because of the pandemic. It was so nice to spend time with family on Christmas Eve. The simple things were taken for granted before the pandemic. I just expected to see family on Christmas Eve but when I couldn’t I was… Continue reading Christmas Eve After Quarantine Christmas Eve
The first week of virtual school is over! I’m so relieved because it has been a nightmare and an emotional roller. The first day... my daughter had an anxiety attack/meltdown. I calmed her down. We got through it together. Luckily, she had Art so her first day made a happy turn because that’s the one… Continue reading We Survived Week One of Virtual School
To My Kindergarten, Kindergarten starts in a week! You’re going to be an official elementary school student soon! I’m so excited... sorta because it’s virtual Kindergarten right now. I want you to know how proud I am you! You have come such a long way these last 5 1/2 years. You have new hobbies and… Continue reading To My Kindergarten
This is our life now.This is how mommy and you have to shop.This is how mommy and you stay safe. I never thought you would have to live in a world were masks are required in public.Life doesn’t always go as planned though from time to time. I’m so proud of you for listening to… Continue reading The Light Is Starting to Shine Through The Pandemic
My heart feels heavy today. I miss you so much, mom. I wish I didn’t have to be motherless on Mother’s Day. The pain is unreal. I hate seeing all the Mother’s Day posts popping up on my newsfeed. I’m feeling jealous of everyone with a mom still alive. I thought writing a special post… Continue reading A Letter to My Mom And Myself On Mother’s Day
Parenthood is full of ups and downs. You NEVER know what's going to come next. It's filled with happiness, tears, laughter ,and so much more. The hardest part of parenthood are the milestone you have no clue how to handle. You feel like your melting in thoughts trying to figure out how to overcome what's… Continue reading I Wish I Could Call My Mom For Advice And Share My Daughter’s Accomplishments
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Three is such a weird age. I don’t know if I have a toddler or teenager more than half of the time. My daughter still needs me, but yet acts like she’s miss independent. She’s basically three going on thirteen. My daughter has the thirteen year old attitude down packed already. She talks back when… Continue reading Three Going On Thirteen
I look forward to mommy and wine time. Judge me all you want but sometimes being a mom is so stressful. It's like you love your child so much, but sometimes they get under your skin and you just need alone time. Is that okay? Honestly, I'm not really sure. But for me, I need… Continue reading Me Time Keeps Me Sane During The Mom Life