Hi gang, I just had a poem published on mybipolarmind.com. It's a great blog for those struggling with bipolar, anxiety, depression, or other mental disorders. I had an article published a while back "Canceling Playdates" on there, and I just love the work they do for awareness and helping those who need it. We'll … Continue reading We’ll Try Tomorrow- Poetry Publication
June 17th is Father's Day and July 1st is International Joke Day. So many good reasons for bad jokes. Why does it seem so much easier to think of dirty, not child appropriate, jokes when put on the spot? Because we're all just wrong in the head. However! I am here to save you with … Continue reading 30 clean jokes for Dad and Joke Day!
https://mybipolarmind.com/2018/06/02/guest-post-canceling-playdates-life-with-juvenile-bipolar/ Just had an article posted over at My Bipolar Mind. Check it out!
The root of our traditionally known "Mother's Day" may be all American: Ahem, it may be thanks to Woodrow Wilson establishing the holiday in 1911, and it has since spread to other countries. BUT we may not technically be the first country to celebrate moms though (sorry, have a seat please), and not all places … Continue reading Mother’s Day around the world
I knew something was amiss. It was too quiet. I heard in the sweetest voice "mommy, where do you want me to put my craft scissors?" Oh no. She shouldn't even have her craft scissors She never cares or asks where I think she should put anything If she is asking it's because she wants … Continue reading Tangled: A love/hate story about hair
Not the best topic in the world for a blog post by any means, but thanks to some unfortunate circumstances in my life I have been thinking about this a lot lately. How to explain death to a child. Some children unfortunately experience it early on, some don't until they are older and arguably more … Continue reading Explaining Death to Children
It's amazing how loud pots are when they are being beaten together by little hands. It's amazing how mud seems that much more impossible to clean when your toddler comes inside caked in it. Craft supplies can seem daunting to get out because every craft requires a mess. Every water play activity requires mopping after. … Continue reading Why so serious (mom and dads)?