Well, you know what is cooler than holding your baby for the first time? If you thought, "There's nothing greater," well, sorry but you're wrong... Because today, I hand fed a wallaby some wheat thins. All I'm saying is my kid better start getting cuter or some shit since now the day he was born just lost it's #1 ranking to a marsupial named Faith.
So yeah, there’s a lot of things we do as moms and dads that we just don’t talk about.
We all make mistakes, and for me, this was one I was not proud to admit.
But after I told a handful of moms who have been moms a lot longer than I have, they all had their own version of “I didn’t pick my kid up on time.”
Every single one of them.
Figuring out the logistics of the blog probably should have been my first priority... but it wasn’t. My concern was that moms everywhere, on social media & in life, were in desperate need of honesty.
We are having a tough day. Being a mom can be so challenging yet I often forget that being a 3 year old can be challenging too. Being a mom to a strong willed child makes me feel out of control yet I often forget how frustrating it must be to be a 3 year … Continue reading Remember Mama, being a 3 year old is challenging too.
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
"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!
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.