A friend turned me on to this blog, The Happy Wives Club, and I can’t get enough of it.
I read a post back in December about a woman who was harrased by a Target employee for breastfeeding her child while out Christmas shopping.
I remember my first time using a computer. I was in kindergarten and the one we used (although it was very high-tech at the time) is what we now consider the “stone-age” version of a computer.Yes, the ones with the black and green screen. I still remember the so-called “game” our computer teacher used to teach us the proper keyboard positioning. I was pretty good at it!
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Ok, so we’ve all had our fair share of crazy neighbors to deal with in our neighborhoods. It’s unavoidable, they’re everywhere no matter where you go. Last year we moved from a beautiful and luxurious apartment, which to this day I still miss and wouldn’t have left if the bloody commute wasn’t so long, to a nice little townhouse near my parents house.
I came across this fantastic article written by Erin from TheSkinnyScoop.com and just had to share it with you!
I’m sad to say that the blame game has already started in our little household. Maybe spending so much time with my younger siblings has set a bad example on my little munchkin. In a house jam packed with teenagers, there’s bound to be plent of blaming going around, especially when it comes to dishes being left out, clothes left on the floor, an unwatched TV flashing away in an empty living room… the list goes on and on. This has been what my daughter has been exposed to for the past two years of her life.
Please don’t read too much into this post title. When I first saw it in my email I was horrified and had to read it to see what would make a person write something like that. I’m very glad I did.
You know it’s bad when you 18 year old sister no long wants to raid your closet for her upcoming date night or your husband asks “is that what you’re wearing tonight?” when you’re about to head out for dinner. That’s exactly what’s happening to me now. I’m not saying I’ve always been the most savvy dresser or that I wore the latest trends, but once upon a time I did know how to put together a decent outfit or two. So what’s happened between then and now? Here’s my answer – I became a mom.
Ever since our daughter turned one, my husband has been ready to start trying for the next one. I was a little reluctant at first, wanting to get more one on one time with Hayden. When she was 14 months, I finally came around to the idea of having another child.