Walking past the windows at night and freaking out at the dark, because you think someone is always staring back at you. The true panic of darkness surrounding you. The unknown of what is out there. Making sure you are ready for anything if someone is to break into your house. You have a plan … Continue reading I am the face of anxiety.
To the mom on the beach looking at her phone, trying to get some peace. I see you. The days are long and I know you are just trying to get some peace while you kids are running around. For not giving a fuck what other people will think of you, that you are not … Continue reading To the woman / Mom…
I just read this on Quora and really liked the lesson RUN THE DISHWASHER TWICE. When I was at one of my lowest (mental) points in life, I couldn’t get out of bed some days. I had no energy or motivation and was barely getting by. I had therapy once per week, and on this … Continue reading Arbitrary Rules…
If I could go back in time speak to my younger self, just have a cup of coffee with her or in my case when I was younger a blue slushy with sour squirts in it. I would say… All those dreams and all those adventures that you want to take, you will, but in … Continue reading Anything is fucking possible
I will be the first to admit I am no teacher and with how schooling went back in march I know this is going to be a hot mess. I promise I am going to do my best. I am not going to have all the answers because it has been a while since I … Continue reading I promise I am going to do my best
Parenting right now, in this pandemic is a dumpster fire. There seems to be no right choices on how to do things. There is no parenting book on “How to raise your kids in a pandemic” We are all losing our minds here and brains are hurting, from overthinking our overthinking, trying to figure out the best plan for our kids. There seems to not be enough wine or coffee to fix things.
Many people don’t see firsthand what it is like to have a child with a disability. I do my best every day to educate people. In hopes that one day these words that people throw around gets thrown in the garbage. That one day instead of judging from afar they would just come and ask questions. I promise you I won’t get offended I encourage it.
The other day I got accused of raising a mamas boy… like somehow that is a negative thing? “He is weak” “He needs to toughen up” “He is spoiled” “He is insecure” As I wrote mamas boy, in the search engine, most of what came up were “how to make sure your son doesn’t turn … Continue reading My son is a “mamas boy” — and there is nothing wrong with it.
I am not going to be liked by everyone, and I am at the point in life… fuck it. I am too quiet, which is their eyes means that I am stuck up and don’t want to talk, or too shy. I am too loud, which means that I am too outspoken, I am too … Continue reading Not everyone is going to like you — It’s okay
It has been a really long day. The sun was so hot that I was sweating in places that I didn’t even think was possible. While I was sitting on my computer, just browsing Facebook. You grabbed your blanket and snuggled up beside me and fell asleep. You told me all you wanted was a … Continue reading My sweet boy, can we just freeze time.
Right now, everything seems so overwhelming. You may think you have no idea what you are doing. You might even be questioning every move you make. You know what is best for your family. For your new baby. I promise you, that none of us have it together. We might look like we do on … Continue reading Dear new mom,
While sitting alone this morning drinking my coffee, the kids were still sleeping. I had a thought. Thought of things that I have taken for granted since COVID 19 has started. Thoughts of things that I honestly never thought about because they were normal everyday things. That I never would have thought would be so … Continue reading When this is over — Taking things for granted.
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