Top 5 things to stop doing as a parent in 2022

We all have bad habits as parents, I have a few that I’m working on dropping as we speak. There are things that we do in our day-to-day life that we don’t even notice we do anymore, it’s just automatic at this point. Like opening your eyes, heading to the kitchen and making a cupContinue reading “Top 5 things to stop doing as a parent in 2022”

Mom Guilt.

If you are a mom, I’m sure at one point or another you’ve been here. You’ve felt the flood of guilt wash over you at the end of a long day and question all your motives and perceptions of the day. Every decision you made you lay there and second guess, wondering what if IContinue reading “Mom Guilt.”

Stop telling Moms how to feel.

I was talking to an old friend of mine the other day and we were chatting about her little guy starting daycare. When I agreed with her that it comes with a lot of big feelings and that it’s hard on both you and the child she thanked me for understanding and that struck aContinue reading “Stop telling Moms how to feel.”

Sometimes I lie to my kids.

Now before you come at me with your pitchforks ready, I have yet to meet a single parent who does not lie to their children about somethings. We do it to keep them safe, protect their feelings or beliefs, or simply because we don’t want to share something, so we lie about it. (If youContinue reading “Sometimes I lie to my kids.”

Don’t invite us… there’s a good chance we aren’t coming.

Okay, okay. I know that probably sounds a little rude to just flat out say, and without any context it most definitely is. That doesn’t mean for everything, or to everyone who invites us to do things or to their home. (Depending on the Covid restrictions at time of invite) But let’s just take aContinue reading “Don’t invite us… there’s a good chance we aren’t coming.”