It’s well known that once you become a parent that you also begin to watch more cartoons than you did prior to children. Or at least you now watch cartoons that are more child friendly. Maybe, who knows?
My point is, cartoons.
While watching Loud House, Doc McStuffins, Sofia the First, etc. I’ve noticed a theme. They all teach lessons.
Be a good person.
Share with others.
Learn to see things from a different perspective.
The lists goes on and on. Great lessons taught in a simple way. Which got me thinking…at what point does that change? Continue reading “TV…What is it good for?!?”
Have you missed me?
I spent nine days at home for a staycation this year over the holiday and loved every minute! I got to spend all day, every day with my daughter.
It gave me a glimpse of what it would be like to be a stay at home mom. It was bittersweet. It taught me a great deal and gave me even more respect for all stay at home moms.
Being a working mom I feel that more often than not I see my co-workers more than I see my family. But at the same time I feel that I’m teaching Eme early that nothing is without sacrifice. Continue reading “Sewing with your left hand should be more fun…”
I know that I’ve been a mother, technically, since the moment of inception but this post isn’t about that. It’s about my first year as a mother to a living, breathing, human-being.
To say that it has changed me and my world is a total and complete understatement. Of course it has, if it didn’t I would completely judge myself. Creating, growing and nurturing a human being is a life changing experience. It is always on my mind.
Am I doing this right?
Am I doing that right?
Why isn’t she sleeping through the night?
Do all her teeth have to come in at once?
Why don’t I understand all her cries and whines? Shouldn’t I know these things by now? Why do they keep changing? Continue reading “#Momlife: Year One”
How has the New Year of 2017 been for all of you?
For me it’s been non-stop. In my real-life, outside of my blogging world, I have not been able to catch a breath. I’ve worked long hours and have tried my hardest to squeeze as many hours as I can out of the day to spend with my husband and daughter. 24 hours is not enough time.
I’m grateful for my mother during this time, more so than I am at any other time. If it cannot be me who is spending quality hours with my child then I am comforted by the fact that it is my mother. She is catching the smiles and milestones on camera. It’s with great sadness that I think the first time I see my daughter walk that it will be on film because I’ll be at work. Continue reading “It won’t last forever…..”
I don’t have a theme today for #WaldoWednesday.
I have been dealing with a sick baby all week and lack the brain power this morning to dig too deep into myself.
I guess that’s wrong as well. I am digging deep but I don’t know if a quote from my favorite dead fella will work this morning.
Continue reading “Instead of #WaldoWednesday”