We, as women, try to juggle all of life’s demands for our families. We wear multiple hats every day, but when is it time to stop juggling and start breathing? Continue reading Juggling All of Life’s Demands: Is It Possible?
When the teenager’s Christmas list amounts to what a small country would spend in an entire year to feed their residents, it is time to put priorities in order. Continue reading Christmas with Teenagers
This post may contain affiliate links. See LiaH Disclosure Policy. I have two sons, ages 13 (almost 14) and 10, and a daughter who will be 25 in November. While I have really tried to do my best to raise children that are thankful for the large and small in life, there are days when I feel as though I am failing miserably. … Continue reading Ungrateful Children – Raising the Next Generation
Yes folks, I’m afraid that my youngest, my darling baby, has stumbled upon Internet porn. I was laying on the couch the other day, taking a nap and trying to get the muscles in my back to stop spasming and going ape shit. When I woke, I headed back towards the bedroom and saw that my 10 year old was on my computer … Continue reading Debbie Does Dallas In da House
I had a horrible premonition on Monday. I was taking T. to the pediatrician. The rain was pouring down out of the sky as though every angel in heaven were crying. So fast, so furious, that you couldn’t see an inch in front of you, and even the wiper blades on the speed-of-light setting were of little use. As I’m driving down … Continue reading Premonition – Or Horrible Daydream?
I woke up this morning to find an email in my inbox from James H. who was letting me know that he was the owner of the domain TestosteroneReplacement.net. He told me that this keyword has over 2900 US local searches each month along with a $8.66 CPC, so it was a good domain to build a website with about testosterone replacement. He … Continue reading Time for Some Testosterone Replacement
THE BONDING EXPERIENCEYou know, I used to think that “bonding” with your kids was just something that came naturally for whatever reason. I mean, I didn’t think that it was something you would need to work at, just that it was something that just “happened” between a parent and a child. I couldn’t have been more off base. Bonding with an infant child … Continue reading A MOTHER & SON BONDING EXPERIENCE OF EPIC PROPORTIONS!
For a variety of reasons, I have been slacking on Christmas this year and have my mother and my nana hiding their heads in shame at the state of my undecorated abode. Continue reading Slacking on Christmas
I try to give my kids the benefit of the doubt. I know they aren’t angels, but I like to live in a perfect world where my children will not lie to me when I ask them a question. I am deluding myself, I know. Especially when it comes to homework. Yesterday when they came home I did not check their backpacks. Tre … Continue reading Why You Should Check Backpacks When They Come Home
I’m hoping that Monday was just *one of those days* in my son’s life where he just completely lost his mind. Everybody has a few of those now and then, right? But did you ever just LOOK at a child and you could tell they had an evil streak in them a mile long? Jonathan, my eldest son, is like that. From day … Continue reading The Demon Child, Future Criminal At Your Service
No sooner were the boys off the school bus (we weren’t even in the apartment yet) when it started: “Mom! Can we please ride our bikes outside for a little while? Please?!?” “Yeah, Mommy, please?” piped in Tre. I couldn’t say no (naturally) and figured after they were out in the cold for a while it would wear them out and maybe … Continue reading Evel Knievel Rides Again!