Monthly Archives

January 2018

  • Parenting

    To The Guy At Kroger

    January 30, 2018

    Someone asked it. People, someone asked me that. I didn’t have time to answer him in the moment. We were in the check-out aisle which is its own form of hell. There’s too much that can…

  • Weekend Vibes

    Weekend Vibes

    January 26, 2018

    Perfect skin is wasted on children. Where are you going looking so dewey, Joe? The sandbox? Fucking circle time? Gimme that glow.                            …

  • Parenting

    The Otherhood

    January 23, 2018

    It’s hard to tackle writing about the aspects of motherhood that I have struggled with or simply that I don’t like. I can’t always write about queefing, guys. But seriously, It’s a taboo topic that, as…

  • Weekend Vibes

    Weekend Vibes

    January 19, 2018

    “You look tired.” I have kids. I think this is just how my face looks now.                              …

  • Parenting

    Mitigating Risk

    January 17, 2018

    Pat and I were discussing how we will do our next house differently in regards to decorating, furniture, and organizing. Everything with kids becomes a different ball game. I now see everything in my home in…

  • Parenting

    Things I’ve Learned Since Making Humans

    January 15, 2018

    You realize the pain in one single tooth. You know where the sun comes from. You had no fucking idea what sacrifice was until now. You’d rather buy toys or clothes for someone else. Always. You…

  • Weekend Vibes

    Weekend Vibes

    January 12, 2018

    Shoutout to all the moms that started their morning like Super Mom, only to become borderline psychotic by 11AM.                         Save Save Save…

  • Parenting

    Not Your Average Joe

    January 8, 2018

    I do believe I’ve told you of the terror that my Joe can be. He might be average in many ways. He’s falling suit to the idea that boys talk later than girls, he likes dinosaurs…

  • Weekend Vibes

    Weekend Vibes

    January 5, 2018

    I know you’re busy dumping mountains of snow on everyone else, but just so we’re clear, Mother Nature, this is not enough snow.                         Save Save…