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Parenting is really just a shot in the dark.

September 30, 2014

My friend and I were laughing this morning about how new parents or parents-to-be tend to range from idealistic to full-blown crazy. (Lets face it, this is pretty much life.) Every day my facebook feed is filled with ideas on how to be the perfect parent or have a perfectly well-adjusted baby. There are suggestions […]

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A year of Squishy in pictures.

July 8, 2014

 Sunday, my sweet boy turned ONE. I’ve actually been working on this post for a few days — I still can’t believe it has been a year since I was in labor with him and the hospital stay that went with it! The days leading up to his birthday has been pretty emotional. The 4th of […]

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Where I’m at. A sad mama’s tale.

June 11, 2014

The truth is, I’m not entirely sure I’m going to post this. This is going to be raw and uncut, and simply written out because I need to see the words. I need to see what I feel. All I know is that I’m sad. I’m tired. I’m lonely. I’m angry. I’m feeling emotions that […]

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You’re not doing a good job (and other lies we imply)

March 13, 2014

Me and my clingy guy this week while working in the garage. I’m obviously not amused. I’m attempting a garage sale this weekend (and of course now rain is scheduled for Saturday), there’s a birthday party to plan (Bluebelle is turning 4!), and I have so much other stuff on my plate that my stress […]

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When all you need is a break.

February 21, 2014

Can we do some real talk this morning? Okay, good. Let’s begin by this unfortunate truth: women tend to be really hard on each other. We are. I don’t know if it’s because we are hard on ourselves, or if guilt is a motivating factor, or our struggles with jealousy. I think it can sometimes […]

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To you, new mama.

February 14, 2014

For the new mom: Welcome to the club! I see you.  I really do.  You are my friends.  I have rejoiced with you.  Shed tears over your absolutely perfect bundles of joy, and I love watching you marvel.  Every time you do, it reminds me of my own babies and how much I love those […]

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Watching out for the mommy trolls.

May 30, 2013

This is something I’ve said in person to many a friend but something I haven’t ever really talked about online. I never really noticed it until I became pregnant with Bluebelle, but after then it became a glaring blip on my social media radar (especially Facebook). I think women get a kick out of torturing […]

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Becoming a preschooler.

January 17, 2013

We’ve hit a bit of a rough stage here lately with Bluebelle. Don’t get me wrong, we are in a fun stage as well, but isn’t that the caveat of childhood milestones? You get both with every stage? That’s my experience, anyway. The wonderful things about her current stage is that she’s a problem solver. […]

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Her inner voice

September 20, 2012

I am loathe to talk about the terrible twos in general.  I mean, we all know that our children go through them, either around 2 or 3 (it’s actually a state of disequilibrium that occurs on the 1/2 years. That’s why you see behavioral issues at 18 mo, 2 1/2, 3 1/2 and occasionally 4 1/2.) At […]

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Friday Five

September 2, 2011

I’m shamelessly linking up with my good friend Heather and borrowing her Friday Five list today. (Friday Five is essentially 5 random thoughts or stories.) 1. College Football Season is HERE!!! Tomorrow is kick-off for my two Oklahoma teams and I can NOT wait!  It’s feeling a little weird to be in a sea of […]

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