Sharing is Caring

Anyone on facebook that has a handful of mom friends has most likely seen the post about children not being required to share their toys. The gist of the post is that this mother does not require her child to share, her child can tell other children "No." I have always been against this and… Continue reading Sharing is Caring

First 100 Days

How has Trump hurt women you may ask? Well, I am here to inform you, and I’m not talking about grabbing women by the pussy or any of those sex scandals he was a part of. In the first 100 days of his presidency, he has not done much good for women, even if Ivanka… Continue reading First 100 Days

My Tribe

Everyone says it takes a village to raise a child and I'm sure that's true, but we don't have that village. We don't have any close family here in the Bay Area and have only recently started making friends with kids. However, I will say the friends we have made so far have been such… Continue reading My Tribe

Disappearing Act

Hello everyone, I don't know when I will be posting again. I have some silly and generic posts already written but I'm not sure when I will be writing anything worthwhile. School right now is kicking my ass. I am swimming in homework. Tyson told me last night most people take 5 classes a semester… Continue reading Disappearing Act

What Feminism Means To Me

I know it’s late. I’m sorry, I had homework then got distracted at the gym by a friend’s birthday and drinks. (Of course. :)). For Feminist Friday I thought I would write about what I believe is feminism. What feminism means to me and how I try to live my life and raise my boys.… Continue reading What Feminism Means To Me

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This Little Mom

Today I went into Best Buy to purchase this adorable little Lenovolaptop that I am currently writing this blog post on. As I am making my way from the entrance all the way to the back of the store with a twenty-month old leading the way and spilling her juice as she did it, I knew it was going to be a tad longer than I had hoped for.

I made my way back and was immediately approached by an employee who was so beyond helpful, so if you are reading this Tim from Best Buy, thank you! The laptop that I wanted was out of stock even though it said online it was ready for pick up (just my luck) but I browsed the best I could with V playing the pick me up put me down game. I only need this laptop for my blog as my old…

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Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

The month of April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAM). This year, more than ever, we need to raise awareness for sexual assault victims and survivors. We have a president who does not hold women in high regard, but this isn't just about women. It's about sexual assault on any man, woman, and/or… Continue reading Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

Safely Ever After – Red Flags

Here is the last of my Safely Ever After posts. This post will focus on the red flags and warning signs parents should be aware of when it comes to the safety of their children. The best advice I read on this page was to PAY ATTENTION TO WHO IS PAYING ATTENTION TO YOUR KID! Possible red flags… Continue reading Safely Ever After – Red Flags

Safely Ever After – Cyber Bullying

Cyberbullying has gotten more and more common as more and more teens and tweens have access to the internet via family computers, cell phones, tablets, personal computers, and social media. There are plenty of crime show episodes based on cyberbullying, there are Netflix documentaries, movies, and news stories about cyberbullying and the effects it has… Continue reading Safely Ever After – Cyber Bullying

National Sibling Day

It's National Sibling Day today! So this post is for my little brother, Skylar. You are my bubba, chunk-a-lovin, baby-girl, LB, and favorite brother! I wish we could spend some time together today, or anytime in the near future but I know we are both busy with work, school, and our cute kids. But I… Continue reading National Sibling Day