What I hope my children take from me

I will be completely honest with you, during the past semester Cash only went to school for 3 hours a day and then both Cash and Tate went to the daycare at our gym for 3-4 hours a day; however, every time I drop them off at the gym daycare I feel like I have … Continue reading What I hope my children take from me

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Struggling With Patience

It’s time to come clean. I am struggling with patience when it comes to my two boys. If you aren’t regular readers of this blog, I have an almost 5-year-old and an almost 2 1/2-year-old and they drive me absolutely insane! I go to school full time and get 4 hours of daycare through our … Continue reading Struggling With Patience

I Would Rather Not Be Alone

Go read this article from the Washington Post. I'm sorry if you're sick of seeing posts like this but it needs to be seen every fucking day. We all need to be reminded of how much trauma these children went through. How this tragedy will affect them for the rest of their lives. How they … Continue reading I Would Rather Not Be Alone

What I’ve Learned From Being a Mother to Two Toddlers

Having two little kiddos has been an adventure so far and I wouldn't change them for the world, but this morning I got some sweet snuggles from Tate and left before Cash woke up. Maybe I will revisit that statement tomorrow. 🙂   Here is what I've learned from having Cash and Tate: You will … Continue reading What I’ve Learned From Being a Mother to Two Toddlers

Friday Morning Struggle

We had an interesting morning in the Marsh house on Friday. Cash let me know randomly that his heart felt sad. I asked him why and he dropped a bomb on me that I honestly didn't think we would have to deal with for at least a few more years. Cash told me a girl … Continue reading Friday Morning Struggle

Things I Love About Being a Mom that I Would Not Normally Admit

There are so many things no one tells you about when you become a parent. So many things! No one tells you how hard it's going to be, how no one really knows what they are doing, you don't get any privacy, and the list goes on and on. There are so many things I … Continue reading Things I Love About Being a Mom that I Would Not Normally Admit

Finals Week is Officially Over!

I'm sorry I've been so MIA this week. This was finals week and Tyson has been gone for work since Sunday afternoon. Which means I have been studying, stressing, and taking tests the past couple of days on my own. The great news is it's all over! Pray for me that I get all A's again … Continue reading Finals Week is Officially Over!

A Vodka Worthy Day

Somehow my aunt just knew that I was struggling today. She randomly sent me this adorable video from FB: https://www.facebook.com/StoryofThisAndersonLife/videos/1311274478990039/ So a little insight into my day: My kids are driving me crazy! All they have done today is argue with me, whine at me, and ignore me when I ask them to do things. … Continue reading A Vodka Worthy Day

Signs You’re A Dad

To go along with my mom post for Mother's Day, here's one for the fellas. 🙂 I know I'm not a dad, but I live with one so I think I can spot the signs of a total dad. 🙂 Dad jokes. Tyson might possibly be the best with the dad jokes; he is in … Continue reading Signs You’re A Dad

Teen Pregnancy

May is National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month. I know Tyson and I have a lot of time until we need to worry about these types of things, but I think it's a good parenting move to have these big discussions with your spouse before you reach that point in life. Prepare yourself. Get on the … Continue reading Teen Pregnancy