Breastfeeding · Parenthood · Postpartum · Uncategorized

The Difference

Before I had my children I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to do when I grew up. Now three years later I realize what I want to do; I want to help other mothers. Currently I am studying to be a lactation consultant, you wouldn’t believe how many women I have heard from… Continue reading The Difference

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Marriage · Relationships

My Husband

My husband Shawn and I have been together for eight years and married for five of those years, and boy what an adventure it has been thus far.   We met while we were in high school but we never really hung out. There was a class called JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) that… Continue reading My Husband

Parenthood · Uncategorized

Perfect Parents & Bad Mom Days

What is a perfect parent? Excuse me for a second... BAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Oh wait, you’re serious? Well my friend the answer is none. Not a damn one is perfect. Behind every parent is a mountain of screw-ups. My oldest will be three next month and I have made enough mistakes to last a lifetime and it’s… Continue reading Perfect Parents & Bad Mom Days

Mommy Only

Kayaking

Heather and I have gotten into manyyyy shenanigans over the years but this one has to be the best (worst?). We were about twelve years old or so and my mom was running a summer program that my little sister was in, she had to be around ten at the time, we thought it would… Continue reading Kayaking

Mommy Only

First Sleepover

While reminiscing the other day I couldn’t help but think about my first slumber party. Well my first slumber party at someone else’s house. I have never been one that likes to sleep outside of my home so this was a big step for me. It was my twelfth birthday and just when there was… Continue reading First Sleepover

Divorce · Marriage · Relationships

Divorce

My parents divorced when I was eight years old, at the time I didn’t understand what that meant. When you are eight years old all you care about is Barbie’s, playing with your friends, and going to the mall (what else can you do in a small town?). I knew other kids whose parents weren’t… Continue reading Divorce