So, I'm writing this as I am one week away from my official due date. I just left the house to work in a coffee shop so that I could concentrate on the overwhelming list of things that I want to accomplish before baby #2 arrives and my life as we know it, will never be the same.
Some people live for their children. They stay in a career they don't like because it pays well enough to provide the very best for their children. I think that is admirable. Don't get me wrong, I would give my life to save any of my kids, but I have a different outlook.
A glorious time of year is upon us. The return to school. I realize that some of you supermoms are looking at me sideways, but some of us (me) are going a little bit nuts and need the reprieve from the chaos of summer break.
You're a busy mom, right? You wish to keep up with what's going on in the world? Your main outlet to do that is Facebook or the internet, right? Or maybe you work from home, and you need to keep up with your client's needs. Either way, you're busy and the guilt over your cell phone can be overwhelming.
It took four punches of the snooze button to get me out of bed this morning. I wasn't tired. Or sick, for that matter. But I was sick and tired. Sick and tired of the same old routine, minute after minute, day after day, year after year, since 1995, when I made the decision to stay at home to manage our family.
Summer is just around the corner! And there' no better way to stay cool than with these refreshing recipes. So sit back relax
Ditch those hot dogs and hamburgers this Memorial Day weekend! Instead, try some of these tasty recipes that you can make right on the grill!
Durham, North Carolina -- Working mother Ruby Grace scoured the internet on Monday looking for tips to help her arrive at work by eight a.m. for the first time since her oldest child started kindergarten.
Take advantage of strawberry season by creating some irresistible recipes! Whether you're looking for a dessert or maybe even a cocktail I've got you covered! Check it out!
A few minutes ago, it was just an everyday errand that was thankless and hard and messy. The milk spilled and the baby choked on a sausage chunk and the toddler wanted more pancake syrup. But one day, I might be sitting with my grown sons at a table.