Bedtime routines can be a toss-up between total chaos and distant memories. Especially when there are kids involved. You either remember the unorganized challenge it took to get everyone settled and tucked away or you wake up the next morning not knowing what happened, how
Yesterday when both of my kids were crying at the same time, I wrote on Instagram, “SOMETIMES I HATE MOTHERHOOD. I got 23 private dm messages from moms saying “me too” or “you are not alone” and praising me for my candor. This baffles me.
This episode is for those, like me, in the space between accepting their truths about motherhood and feeling a bit of guilt (#thatgrayspace). I wanted to share with you some of my own struggles in hopes that we can create a safe place to release
Motherhood is one of those jobs that vary from person to person. There is no one size fits all job description. It’s non-stop work that changes at any given moment. We all do the best we can in ensuring that day to day responsibilities are tackled while implementing
Getting your toddler to sit still for anything is a pretty difficult task so getting their hair clean will require patience and lots of swift movement on your part. It might take you almost an hour to prep, shampoo, condition, detangle and style your hair