It’s the month of May. Better known as the worst month ever before summer starts. All the shit we parents have to get through during May is horrible. Like teacher appreciation week. Teacher appreciation should be renamed “here’s your Starbucks gift card day”. Let’s make it better by adding gift cards to the liquor store.… Continue reading The Month of May is a Life Sucker.
Just added another Mother’s Day to the books yesterday. Have to say it was a great one. The boys (including Big Daddy) took me to the beach for lunch on the waterway. They know the best gift to give me (besides their undying love and chocolate ) is beach time. The mountains are fine and… Continue reading Mother’s Day is Not for Everyone. Especially if You Don’t Like Her.
* *This Post is from Gifts.com Blog and they asked me to share with my peeps. So Happy Mother’s Day and enjoy these stories from some really great mom bloggers! ~MidlifeMargaritas Did your child ever say or do something that made you want to crawl under a table and hide? Of course they did! This… Continue reading Hey Mom, Remember When Your Kids Used to Embarrass You When They Were Young?
Here comes Mother’s Day again. While everyone is out buying cards and flowers and gift cards to the spa for mom, I thought I would post a few tweets in honor of this day. Moms aren’t perfect so I am sure you can relate to some of these:
I’m off coffee. My kid wound up with an empty sandwich in his lunchbox today. No peanut butter. Just bread. He said he cried.
When my kids can’t find their sports water bottles, they take coffee tumblers to practice.
Tucker: My lunch was rotten today.
Me: I didn’t pack you a lunch today
Look in backpack. Find Friday’s moldy lunch.
Thought it was going to be cold today. Put child in warm clothes. Child over heated and puked on playground.
Who else has dropped a phone on a baby tryin to take a pic?
#parentingfails>>> My son found pancakes in the frig. IDK where they came from. I didn’t stop him from eating them because he was quiet…
Just some random internet pics on Motherhood.
If you can’t find humor as a mom/parent then you are doing it all wrong.