Category: Mom talk

Loss of a loved one

It’s September 3rd, 2019 and only 15 days from my 35th birthday. Not in a million years did I ever expect to be doing what I am doing. *I wore pink because I knew my […]

What it costs to be a stay at home mom.

What is the cost of a stay at home mom? I know many people think I live an easy life. That I have a spouse who makes a ton of money. The reality is I […]

Encourage your childs creativity

  The one thing that drive me mad is believing a child is lazy. I could say my eldest, Thing 1, is antisocial. However, she is just creative. As her mother I love to encourage […]

Social media and when my children can’t have it.

As a blogger, I like social media. I use it for everything. I have been around since before we had social media (no I’m not an old lady I’m 34 years old). I remember when […]

This is me!! I am a mother dealing with mental illnesses

      This is me!! I am a mother. That happens to be a title that defines me. I am a woman. I am also on the list of people with a mental illness, […]

How I tell my son, with ADHD, to clean his room.

    There is no way I am able to just tell my son, with ADHD, to clean his room. I love him to death, but it’s more of a punishment for me to just […]

My life as a stay at home mom.

  November of 2008 I decided to become a stay at home mom. I have loved every minute of being a stay at home mom. At the beginning I only had my daughter. I wasn’t […]

Do I spank my children? Part 2

  Something I have learned from being a child that was spanked is love. I was punished, spanked, and yelled at. I learned from that is sometimes it actually does the opposite of what you […]

Do I spank my Children?

    I was spanked as a child. Now in no way am I saying don’t spank your child. However, I do believe that the punishment should fit the crime. I have told both my […]

Having a child with ADHD doesn’t make me a bad mother

I love my son. I know we have our struggles. His reading and writing skills are in need of improvement. However, try explaining that you have a child with ADHD to the family.   As […]

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