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

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

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

I don't know much about babies, but mine seem to get bored easily. In the daily debate of who gets to do what, their restlessness is a constant counter to my laziness and always is the winning argument. While circulating through the same routine every day, they never last more than 15 minutes on an activity before … Continue reading Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Identity Crisis

  I was finally figuring out how to adult right around the time I got pregnant. I paid all my bills on time. Started an RRSP. I was buying groceries that were NOT pizza pops, Kraft Dinner, or Alphaghetti. I (sometimes occassionally rarely) woke up early to run or read before work. And matured into the … Continue reading Identity Crisis

Time Warp

Every day is a marathon. With the girls getting older and staying awake for longer stretches of time, each day seems endless. While the day is not task-a-lackin', I find myself glancing at the clock and thinking, "It's only 9 am!?" Between feeds, diaper changes, nap times, dishes, playtime, and making myself a tea, time becomes … Continue reading Time Warp