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Moving Forward Peacefully After This Contentious Presidential Race

I woke up this morning in a very peaceful state. I'm not shocked or upset about the election results. I'm just grateful for the President Obama administration. Under his so called "bad" administration my husband and I found great jobs, were able purchase homes & cars, are comfortably raising our four beautiful children. We feel … Continue reading Moving Forward Peacefully After This Contentious Presidential Race

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Working From Home With Multiple Children: How I Survive! 

Endless spills, constant screams/whining, bathroom accidents, and countless ungrateful attitudes are what a stay at home mom deals with on a daily basis, all day long. Literally 24/7! You probably thought that I was only referring to the behavior my children but these behaviors are definitely experienced with grown folks, well...myself! Yes, I'm guilty of … Continue reading Working From Home With Multiple Children: How I Survive! 

A Glimpse Into the Life of a Co-sleeping Mama Bear 

 For the past couple of months we've been staying with a family member, awaiting the closing on our new home. Because our move was so abrupt, the hubs and I have been circumstantially sharing an 11x13 room with our 5 year old boy/girl twins, 4 year son, and 2 year old daughter. While being so … Continue reading A Glimpse Into the Life of a Co-sleeping Mama Bear 

“Losing Johnny: The constant flow of tears have dwindled but my heart never stops crying.”

October 2nd, 2005: Johnny: "Don't forget to call and check on me, okay?"  Me: "Okay, I Love You". Johnny: "Love you too..." October 5th, 2005: The day I lost the greatest gift my parents have ever given to my sister and me, our little brother...Johnny. The final dialogue I had with my 16 year old … Continue reading “Losing Johnny: The constant flow of tears have dwindled but my heart never stops crying.”

Facade: She successfully killed what needed to die…

via Daily Prompt: Facade As an adult she heard a preacher say, “When you feel like you want to kill yourself, something needs to die, but it’s not you”. She only wishes she had heard these words in her difficult teenage years because at the tender age of 17 she tried to commit suicide. Excessive … Continue reading Facade: She successfully killed what needed to die…

Our Twins’ First Basketball Game: My dream that turned into a perfect nightmare…

It was a busy Saturday morning and my 5 year old twins had their first basketball game at 9:15AM. Boy was I excited as I had dreamt of this moment since the day they were born.  I zealously went to wake them up and unfortunately, they were the crabbiest little kids ever!!! In their defense, … Continue reading Our Twins’ First Basketball Game: My dream that turned into a perfect nightmare…

“I’m Different. Difficult. Awkward. Real. You may get me or you may not. I hope you do. I don’t care if you don’t.”-Unknown. My Long Winded Intro…

The moment someone meets you, they immediately put you in a social category within seconds of hearing you speak. As you begin to reveal more details about yourself, your beliefs, morals, or simple likes and dislikes you are then labeled accordingly. Everyone’s guilty of this sometimes, right??  Well....what do you say about that person who … Continue reading “I’m Different. Difficult. Awkward. Real. You may get me or you may not. I hope you do. I don’t care if you don’t.”-Unknown. My Long Winded Intro…