Going Organic: Episode 1 – Live Clean Baby

Before having kids, my partner and I were big fans of the Live Clean brand. We bought the shampoo and conditioner in bulk, used their Fresh Face line of facial wipes, and replaced my Bath & Body Works hand soaps with the coconut milk moisturizing ones by Live Clean, saving ourselves at least $2.00 a … Continue reading Going Organic: Episode 1 – Live Clean Baby

From Marketing to Motherhood

Being a mom is a great part of my life. It's new, fun, adventurous, but this beautiful job is not a career and it's certainly not fulfilling my desire to succeed, nor does it make me feel accomplished. To bring these thoughts out in the open may seem harsh or insensitive to sahm's or women … Continue reading From Marketing to Motherhood

You Suck! Now That You’re A Mom

Being a good mom means putting aside your wants and needs for the sake of adequately protecting and raising your children. It means redirecting your focus from selfish insecurities and indulgences to no longer giving af about much else other than your babies, maintaining some version of a presentable household, and ensuring that your adultish … Continue reading You Suck! Now That You’re A Mom

I’m A Bad Mom

If you're a mom, your ultimate fear is that you are somehow unfit to parent. You're scared that your mom skills just won't cut it and somehow you are not doing the best you can for the children you brought into this world. A lot of the time, this fear is ridiculous and obviously if … Continue reading I’m A Bad Mom

Get What’s Yours: 11 Things That Are Just For Me

When you're a mom who's home with the babies all. day. long, it's easy to believe that your life has been taken hostage by the tiny people who can't even walk or talk yet. You give everything to the little thumb-suckers and it makes you believe that you have no life, no friends, and nothing … Continue reading Get What’s Yours: 11 Things That Are Just For Me

Facts About Motherhood: #58

Fact #58: Motherhood is boring. It's never fun to admit something that you're supposed to keep a secret. Like, the fact that you have hemorrhoids or a third nipple. There are so many secrets that mom's won't admit to that it actually adds more stress to keep the thoughts all bottled up.Β There is never a … Continue reading Facts About Motherhood: #58

Stripped

The other night was probably the worst night I've ever faced since becoming a parent. When I say it was the worst, I may even be downplaying the description of how this night went down. After surviving the first few months of newborn madness and round-the-clock feedings and diaper changes to two infants, we began … Continue reading Stripped