Question: Why do some parents flee their responsibility when they willingly have children? My Answer: From the outside children seem fun, adorable, wonderful and sweet. And in reality — they are. What you can't see from the outside are the things that parents do to achieve fun, happy, adorable and sweet children. There are sacrifices … Continue reading Quora Questions
Now that I'm back --I feel like doing a happy dance when I write this-- I've started to brainstorm ways of making my blog better. I want to start providing better and more focused content. I want to talk about more substantive topics while keeping each post about things that inspire and move me. With that, … Continue reading Getting Down to Business
I am back! I've come to this point in my life where I've decided to 'better' myself. Writing that I want to better myself reads so cliché but I have grown tired of wanting something but never doing anything to get what I wanted. Thus, I am bettering myself by deciding that I will work … Continue reading Back At It – Switching from Wishing to Doing
Oh, how it pains me so to not be able to write...I have been crazy missing my blog but I have to keep in mind that school comes first. As most of you know, I am in my senior year and senioritis is kicking my butt, but it's midterm time and I gotta study! So, … Continue reading It’s Been Too Long
Recently, I decided to move our mirror into our bedroom and lean it next to the bed since I was too lazy to take the time to hang it on the wall. Since I did this about a week ago, I've noticed Peyton staring at herself. Just yesterday, she woke up from her nap and … Continue reading Watch Out For That…Mirror?
I haven't reached some of these points yet; however, I now 39 and 48 all too well. Others are in the very near future >( Be sure to check out one of my growing favorites, Nickmom.com for more hilarity. Didya know they have a late night program too?!
This is a photo of Dale Price, a father of three from Utah. Dale decided to dress up in this fabulous get-up to send his 16-year old off to his first day of school. As his poor, poor son watched from the bus, I imagine is pure and utter shock and disbelief, his dad … Continue reading At Least They’re Happy