Category Archives: children

Mommy’s intuition; what would you do?

Today, my Mother in law and I took the girls to the splash pad. The day was gorgeous, 90 degree weather, the sun was shining, there was a slight breeze blowing. It was the perfect type of day to take … Continue reading

Posted in children, pedophiles, safety, splash pads, summer | 8 Comments

Perhaps they are not stars

We have this dog, Saffaron ( Saffy as we affectionately refer to her as) and she is almost 11. Now, she is not a tiny thing a ma bob or a golden noodle hybrid, she  is an adorable boxer. We … Continue reading

Posted in children, death, funerals, grief, heaven | 1 Comment

Count your blessings

So, I always like to encourage people to count their blessings instead of their problems; You’ll be much happier and have a lot more free time! That being said, seems of late I’ve been a really bitchy a**hole about all … Continue reading

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Queen of the Masses

Lately, its been a real chore to get my 2 year old, Gabs, to sit quiet and still during mass. I’m sure it has something to do with her being 2, her being bored, it being spring, and a laundry … Continue reading

Posted in amazing, beauty queen, catholic church, children, daughters, love, mass | 6 Comments

Help, I’ve fallen….

OK, well maybe I haven’t quite fallen off the Weight Watchers wagon but I am definitely falling. I started this journey about 6 months ago. I had hit the reset button on my  life and was doing really well. I … Continue reading

Posted in children, health, MILF, time for Mommy, weight loss, Weight watchers | 3 Comments

Food Revolution: “When you invite people to think, you are inviting revolution”

“When you invite people to think, you are inviting revolution” … Ivana Gabara. Did anyone else see the first , or was it the second episode, in which Jamie shared with the kiddos how chicken nuggets are made? I think … Continue reading

Posted in children, food choices, Jamie Oliver, kids health, motherhood, parenting | 3 Comments

Parting is such sweet sorrow

As excited as I was for my husband to come home Friday night, that’s how depressed I am that he has left. They say your first year of marriage is the hardest, and I used to believe that. They also … Continue reading

Posted in absense makes the heart grow fonder, children, life, love, marriage, relationships | 4 Comments