Category Archives: motherhood

Just an Ordinary Day with a Nice Title

“Mother’s Day” A beautiful day in paradise to celebrate how fantastic I am. A day all the kiddos get along and play nicely. There is no crying or whining allowed. I get to sleep in and have breakfast made for me. … Continue reading

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Just an Ordinary Day with a Nice Title

“Mother’s Day” A beautiful day in paradise to celebrate how fantastic I am. A day all the kiddos get along and play nicely. There is no crying or whining allowed. I get to sleep in and have breakfast made for me. … Continue reading

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Why Are Working Mothers & Stay At Home Mothers On Opposing Teams?

I recently contributed to a discussion titled “Working Moms vs Stay at Home Moms.” It apparently wasn’t suppose be bashing the role of SAHM but the vibe I got from the postee and her comments it certainly seemed to be the … Continue reading

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Why Are Working Mothers & Stay At Home Mothers On Opposing Teams?

I recently contributed to a discussion titled “Working Moms vs Stay at Home Moms.” It apparently wasn’t suppose be bashing the role of SAHM but the vibe I got from the postee and her comments it certainly seemed to be the … Continue reading

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Mission Mommyhood: Striving to find the Perfect Balance

I have found that my biggest challenge as a mother is to find that “Perfect Balance” in my life as a wife, mother, sister, daughter, friend, and most recently I have also thrown working from home into the mix. I … Continue reading

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Mission Mommyhood: Striving to find the Perfect Balance

I have found that my biggest challenge as a mother is to find that “Perfect Balance” in my life as a wife, mother, sister, daughter, friend, and most recently I have also thrown working from home into the mix. I … Continue reading

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Target Trip Gone Bad

Oh, the joys of bringing three children under the age of five to Target.  Let me first start by saying, I get looked at like I have three heads whenever I go to Target or Wegmans.  I bring all three … Continue reading

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