Momming

  The day Matheson turned one was bittersweet. On one hand, my baby – the most influential little person I had ever met – was growing up. I was one year older and he was one year closer to being an adult, fully functioning and moving on without me. On the other hand, I had made […]

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I have THE biggest couple crush on Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard. I just love them. And WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE?! They’re adorable, hilarious, fun-loving and so in love with each other. Yesterday, Kristen was on Ellen (which I religiously DVR) and, not surprisingly, was just the cutest little thing. In honor of that and me being […]

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I have a comondrum (obviously that’s what a conundrum on Monday is called). I recently had someone insinuate to me that they shouldn’t be expected to support/be happy for a mutual friend because they’ve actually never liked them. Ever since that moment I’ve wondered if you have to like someone to support them. (To be fair, I wondered […]

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Everyone has always warned me there would come a time when my baby boy would become a little tiny man, after which point no space or thing in our home would be remain sacred. That day has come. And I really was not prepared for all the feelings. Yesterday, as I sat in the bathroom tending to […]

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Dear pushy breastfeeder, Before you begin to recite all the benefits of breastfeeding, let me save you the time and just say, I know. I know how good it is for me and for my baby. And contrary to your ignorant belief, I wanted to breastfeed both of my sons for a long time. I wanted it so badly I cried […]

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*THIS POST PROBABLY CONTAINS TMI* This morning I woke up with half the amount of eyelashes I woke up with yesterday. (#iwokeuplikethis #sohot) Why, you ask? Well, apparently the pollen count is high. I’m not even entirely sure what that means but I do know for this first time in the history of my life, I’m suffering […]

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There are so many things I wonder about put-together moms, there are also SO many things I assume. For example, I assume they planned their pregnancy and have known since they were six how many kids they were going to have, down to the gender and color of hair. I assume they don’t work – but if […]

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Let me preface this by saying I love being a mom. I’m not even sure what I did before I had kids. Well, actually, that’s a lie… Confession #1. I love being a mom but I know exactly what I did before I had kids. And I miss it. At times, I still find myself mourning […]

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