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.
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!
know you’re tired. I know you could have laid there all day if you had the chance. Instead, you put your feet on the floor, & got up anyway.
I wish we knew. I wish we knew what we know now. I wish someone had warned us. I wish we could go back to that day we started trying to get pregnant. I wish we knew what parenthood would do to us. No one said how hard it would be on us. They all … Continue reading I Wish We Knew What Parenthood Would Do To Us
Today I cried. I cried hard. I sat at top of the staircase, covered my face, & cried. When he saw me start to come down the stairs, The Toddler ran behind the recliner to hide. He knew he wasn't allowed to have the cereal but there it was spilled all over the kitchen counter … Continue reading Today I cried.