Some families picture a Disney trip as the dream vacation. For us not so much. Our Disney trip surprised me though. While not a "magical" experience, it was still a lot of fun and great memories.
There used to be a time when I was sad about the end of my solo time with my first baby. Now I feel bad I don't have more solo bonding time with my youngest. Is it just me, or is motherhood a constant seesaw?
This week I had a huge mom fail. It was a day spent in a total tailspin internally while trying to fix the situation and stay calm for my children.
Last year for April vacation Reece and I had big plans that ended up in a #momfail. This year, I'm going to be a little better prepared.
Since becoming a parent, weekends are more stressful than weekdays. What gives? We need to take back our weekends, starting with the dreaded birthday parties.
I used to freak out when I would find out my husband had to travel for work. Now when he goes on work trips I find things are almost easier soloparenting. It's not because my children are saint babies, ha, I wish. What changed?
I'm angry, sad, scared, overwhelmed, worried, frustrated, powerless and other emotions I can't name. The lack of control over the safety of my family is terrifying. How do we make sense of these awful tragedies? How do we move on?
When I started getting migraines my fitness took a major back seat. I wanted to reclaim my workouts. Group classes can be so loud which is can trigger a headache, but I've found ways to make it work so I can get my workout on!