Fun Fact about this Momb: I was born & raised in the beautiful city of Las Vegas! When I turned 19, I got a job working on The Strip & have been stuck in these golden handcuffs ever since. Today I am a server in a fine dining restaurant. This is certainly not my dream … Continue reading Pairing Kid Snacks with Adult Beverages
Back by popular demand! An Interview with The Toddler- Part 2: "Story Time" Grab a comfy seat! Settle in! It's story time!If you enjoy stories that have no structure, tragic themes, & harsh, abrupt endings, you're in luck! Gather 'round & listen (actually, just stick to the subtitles. You're welcome.) as The Toddler spins his … Continue reading An Interview with The Toddler-Part 2: “Story Time”
"An Interview with The Toddler" Introducing the star of Ticking Time Momb: The Toddler! Meet Hendrix, the 3 year old turd bucket who is the inspirational force behind this blog!His favorite word is "poop," he loves to sing, & he is the sweetest, most silly guy I know!Have you ever interviewed your Toddler? I challenge … Continue reading An Interview with The Toddler
An Interview with The Toddler: Part 2 Stay tuned this weekend for another dorky video featuring The Toddler!
The Toddler has reached a new milestone! Now, when he poops in his diaper, it’s not just a little baby poop. It is a full-blown, real-human, diverse-diet poop. His poop is officially at an all time gross high and I don’t know how much more my nostrils/gag reflex can take. So we decided to start … Continue reading Potty Training is Hard
Disneyland! A magical place where your Toddler will get pissed off about EVERYTHING! The Disney magic will overstimulate your child until their happiness & excitement turn into blind rage & absolute horror👌 Suddenly Monsters Inc. is terrifying, these Mickey ears are bullshit, & Crush the sea turtle is the God damn devil. For just 70 … Continue reading Piss Off Your Toddler by Taking Them To Disneyland
I gathered data from dozens of real moms who were willing to open up about their battle with PP anxiety & depression. What I found was how many different ways moms struggle with PPD, as well as how many moms share the same triggers or symptoms.