Category Archives: mothering

What do you do when your kid doesn’t match your shoes or your bag?

Ever spy that mom who’s walking through the store, looking oblivious and completely put out by her children all in the same moment? You know the one, she’s dressed like one of the desperate housewives of Jersey and her child … Continue reading

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Things I could have learned from my Id

Wow! There is nothing like our children to put the entire world into perspective. As I am running around like a chicken with my head chopped off, trying to find shoes and coats, finish the laundry (the never ending laundry), … Continue reading

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Stupid people should not be allowed around children

I still don’t understand how you have to be 18 to vote, 21 to drink, 16 to drive, you have to pass a test to see, a test to drive, a test to do everything except to have a child. … Continue reading

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No nap late night meltdowns

My oldest is about to be 5 (sniff sniff) and she is at the age where she is starting to really refuse her naps. I know, some of you are saying to yourself, “What? Her kid still takes naps? Lucky … Continue reading

Posted in mothering, Naps, preschoolers, toddlers | 6 Comments

Truthful Mommy has a Facebook!

It was requested and now we have one! Just click on the widget on the top right hand of this page and you too can be Truthful Mommy’s friend!Hope today’s as wonderful as you want it to be, and as … Continue reading

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