Dramababy

So really the point of this post is that I’d like to now birth a 20 month old. I’m fine with the stretch marks.

Sometimes I forget how much I complain on this blog. I don’t call it complaining though. I call it “self exploration”. HEAR THAT B? I DON’T COMPLAIN. But sometimes I forget to talk about the good things. And then I remember that some of you out there are reading this and going through the pregnancy […]

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Confession Saturday: I’m terrified of my unborn child. But also most parts of Science.

There’s a couple of things I’m scared of right now. 1) Parallel universes and quantum mechanics in general. See, I’ve been watching an unhealthy amount of The Science Channel…specifically Through the Wormhole. Like, I watched 4 hour episodes and I’m desperately trying to watch them again. They are usually about how science and space will […]

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After you cry about your dramababy, then you laugh about it. While he cries about it: THE FIRST HAIRCUT.

I sincerely thank you all for your thoughtful and insightful comments on the previous post. I don’t know how any mom does it without 300,000 people helping her through the hard times. So thank you. And now that we’ve vented, we can pull on our big girl spanx and move on. Today we’re talking about […]

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Learning to accept your child for who they are. Almost like learning advanced Physics. *hard*

Being a mom is a giant 72lb backpack of guilt that you carry around 24 hours a day. (When you sleep it sits on your face). Also, mixed into that bag is a few cans of worry and containers of ohshit. We just got back from our first trip away with G since October. We […]

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Where exactly do they learn to throw themselves onto the floor and writhe around as if snakes are in their clothes?

Toddlers. I am not cut out for toddlers. I think the only ones who are cut out for toddlers are those people in the south who put tiaras on them. First I need to know which one of your children came to my house in the middle of the night and taught G how to […]

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