The greatest compromise to achieve happiness in our household was to simplify: relationships, routines, feeding, etc.
I think the biggest problem that most people have with Millenials though, is that we speak.
There is no benefit to posting relationship grievances on your social media accounts
It was not because of patriarchal reasoning that I became a stay at home mom, though at times it feels like it is widely accepted or condemned because of it.
Becoming a parent to an infant has meant also becoming something of a boring hermit person, whose biggest adventures now consist of just leaving more than one block from our house.
…with the advent of social media, the beautiful women that set our expectations are not just models and movie stars anymore: they’re our friends, family, and neighbors.
Bringing home a new puppy will probably upset your dog. Bringing home a new baby will probably turn your pets’ entire world upside down.
I love food. But also, and notably more importantly, I love my son. This week, I found myself unable to do the former, whilst also feeling as if I was failing at the latter.
I haven’t posted in a bit, as our schedule got very intense at the end of the school year with graduations, birthdays, etc. Here is a funny comic that I managed to put together after I put baby to bed though. How many of you ladies can relate? :]
My son’s mixed heritage made me worry about his well-being and future in this world.
3 days after my son was born, I wanted to break down in despair about breastfeeding
I put my career on the backburner to become a stay at home mom, and I’m not sure I’m doing a very good job at it.