The mommy blogger tag

So I was nominated for this awesome Mommy blogger tag created by Rachel from The coffee Mamma. Thanks girl, for this nomination. Rules: Thank whoever tagged you and link back to their website.Share the rules in your post.Tag Rachel, The Coffee Mamma.Answer the questions.Tag at least 3-5 Mom Bloggers at the end of your post. … Continue reading The mommy blogger tag

I am at a loss with my three year old

I know this is probably most three year old's but I have been struggling with mine for over a month. She has been beyond moody, ruthless, stubborn and hard headed. It is a battle with her about EVERYTHING. When I say everything, I literally mean everything. Dinner time She will demand food all day and … Continue reading I am at a loss with my three year old

Things you need to know from a mom suffering from anxiety

Anxiety is hard to handle and really messes with your mind, even more so when you're a mother.  The other night, I was laying in bed, trying to fall asleep, but of course I can't. I start thinking of things I can't do anything about at that moment, like if we need groceries, what happened … Continue reading Things you need to know from a mom suffering from anxiety

12 must have items for a toddler mom

ONE: HAIR TIES. Toddler are mess eaters (They are pretty much messy at everything they do). Keep these suckers in your purse, wallet or bra or wherever when you leave the house, trust me. You never know when you'll need one.  TWO: De-tangler spray... for when they do get food in their hair and refuse to … Continue reading 12 must have items for a toddler mom

You know you have a toddler when…

...they insist on looking in the toilet after you've done your business. you find the fridge open, and the ketchup, pickles and milk on the floor. you never get a full drink to yourself. you find your shoes, keys, socks, and brush in their rooms, hidden behind their pillow. you hear them talking to inanimate … Continue reading You know you have a toddler when…

How to drive Mama Crazy in 5 easy steps: Teenager Edition.

  Honestly, I'm surprised that my 15-year-old step son hasn't caused me to day drink yet! I swear, anything I say to this boy goes in one ear and out the other instantly. Getting this kid to take important things seriously is an ongoing battle. Him doing anything his parents ask him to do when they … Continue reading How to drive Mama Crazy in 5 easy steps: Teenager Edition.