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I'm Pretty Sure I Invented Mom Guilt, But You Can Share

A good friend of mine posted a little video about mom guilt on Facebook this morning. A bunch of mom’s talking about the things they could take back from the day, lies they told their kids, things they wish they hadn’t said. 718 more words


Kids Rule

Dear Kids,

It has come to my attention that many of you are actually listening to adults and doing what you are told to do. This is NOT the way it is suppose to be. 921 more words


Happiness is Studying. WHAT?!

You know you picked the right field when studying is fun and you buy the optional reading material, not necessarily because you want clarification on terms, but because you’re curious and want to know everything possible about the subject.

Mental Health

academia_mama reblogged this on academia mama and commented:

This is so true with my daughter. Everytime I come home late or just come back in general from work, and she's been with her babysitter, she erupts into a tantrum/ meltdown that shocks us both. Turns out that this study done at the University of Washington Department of Psychology reveals that...

children are 800% worse when their mothers are in the room. If the children are under ten, the percentage doubles to 1,600%.
And the reason for this being...? They save their best for us. aww, Thanks ;) (Read: Why Kids Behave Badly with their Parents) I need to create more time to be with you. R. I notice this significantly when I put away work for the night and my mobile phone just focus on just being with you. Sitting with you, playing with you, and reading, talking to you.

Top 36 Hillary F-bombs, flip-outs and eye-popping tantrums

16 October 2016

‘They f—ed us, Bill! We need to get rid of these assh—s’

In just three weeks, American voters might just “unleash Hellary” on the nation – electing a president known to fly into foul-mouthed fits of rage, hurl dangerous objects at people’s heads, physically attack a former president and even diabolically tongue-lash Secret Service agents sworn to protect her with their lives. 437 more words


Good Deed Of The Day

Friday six p.m. I had had a very full clinic day and was on call for our practice. I was BEAT but I sprinted in hard rain to the station to catch the train I could see coming, so that I could get back to my car, drive to my mom’s, have family dinner, and then herd my kids home to their bedtime ritual. 957 more words


The Toddler Years: gruelling yet delightful

                  Our daughter turned three years this June, officially completing her toddler years. Now when I sit and recall these two years of her life, thousands of images flashback before my eyes. 918 more words




I may have my little temper
My little passive-aggressive fueled
But for some reason
overnight my brain tells me to
Grow the hell… 35 more words