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Month: September 2017

Working Parents & Sick Kids

Working Parents & Sick Kids

I am not a stay at home mom.  I work full-time and my husband worked two full time jobs, just to get us through the holiday season.  We lived 300 miles away from most of our family.  So what do working parents do when their children get sick, daycare is not an option when kids are sick, and there is no family close by to help? When my five-year old at the time was sick.  We were hoping it was…

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Travel

Travel

Who doesn’t love to travel?  We take one family trip a year to Ocean City, MD in September.  My husband and oldest daughter are into going to car shows and one weekend a year there is a major car show down there that we all attend.  It’s not just fun for them, its fun for us all. There is so much to do there.  They have miniature golf, the shops on the boardwalk, and my favorite, the beach.  I love…

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First Day of Kindergarten

First Day of Kindergarten

I was suppose to be getting two, beautiful little girls ready for their first day of kindergarten today.  I only had to get one ready for kindergarten, because the other had to leave us to be an angel. My five year old woke up very excited this morning.  Not only was it her first day of kindergarten, but the tooth fairy came last night, because she lost her third tooth.  She ate her breakfast and drank her milk.  We went…

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Nightmare in August…Back to School

Nightmare in August…Back to School

Back to school time is every parents dream and worst nightmare all rolled into one.  We all know that by the end of day 2 of summer vacation we are ready for our lovely little monsters to go back to school.  For those of us with two or more kids, we have had enough by the end of day 2. The more kids you have, the worse it is.  You have the constant fighting that started as soon as they…

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Thoughts From My Teenage Daughter

Thoughts From My Teenage Daughter

“Boy, when you’re dead, they really fix you up. I hope to hell when I do die somebody has sense enough to just dump me in the river or something. Anything except sticking me in a god damn cemetery. People coming and putting a bunch of flowers on your stomach on Sunday, and all that crap. Who wants flowers when you’re dead? Nobody.” – The Catcher in The Rye Honestly, this quote makes a lot of sense to me. Mostly…

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Ramblings of a Worn Out Mom

Ramblings of a Worn Out Mom

What am I thinking?  I am thinking that I have no idea what to write about this week.  I have been sitting here, in m living room, lap top open for an hour now, and I am at a loss. I could go on and on about the kids going back to school.  I don’t really want to write about the hottest backpack, clothes, uniforms, shoes, and must haves for this school year.  Those topics have been written about so…

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Guilty!

Guilty!

Guilty. Guilty. Guilty. I am guilty! My lovely, crazy teen sent me this link a few years ago.  “11 Things I Never Do As A Mom,”  and I am guilty! Let’s pick this article apart as it pertains to me. Article: 1) Play with my kids Are you horrified? Flabbergasted? Well, sorry, but it’s the truth. When I had but a mere one and even two children, I played with kids aplenty. All morning, I’d drop whatever chores I had…

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