Tag: motherhood

Rainy Day Sanity

Hello friends! It has been raining for what seems like months here in Texas, but hey I’m not complaining, just looking for my sanity. Today was no different as the downpour came as we headed to the library for my weekly adult socializing event…no, just kidding, our weekly storytime with the best Children’s Librarian EVER (a few books she loves…

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Life, Toddlers and Honesty

Good Evening! I hope you all had a wonderful day and have a fun weekend planned with your friends and family. I felt like today reaffirmed my decision to speak honestly to my toddler about life and situations we encounter openly. Of course, I take great care to explain things in a way she can understand and age appropriate or…

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Miracle/Rainbow Babies

This photo of a baby wrapped in a rainbow swaddle surrounded by the syringes used to conceived her went viral and is helping to bring awareness and shares the struggles woman endure to become moms/have families. The O’Neill’s told Christin Zdanowicz of CNN, that after four years of trying, seven attempts, three miscarriages, 1,616 injections, and approximately $40,000, they were…

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Ruling the Roost

So ever since our rooster began to get his tail-feathers back he has definitely asserted his masculinity around the coop, but most recently he seems to think he RULES this ROOST. Now I’m not talking about the crowing all day or the typical rearing back to stick out his breasts and flap his wings, I’m talking all out chasing my…

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