I have Irish twins, meaning Jadyn and Colin are under a year apart. With having Irish twins there comes many struggles, BUT there are also many benefits. One of them is having a joint birthday party. I have been throwing joint birthday parties for years now, and oh how I love it! This year though
Being a boy mom comes with its challenges, many challenges. From pee stains around my toilet (yes I went there) to finding mom and son matching outfits. You can find PLENTY of mommy and me matching outfits, but a lot of them are for girls. Heck, just going shopping for my boys make me angry.
Motherhood is hard y’all. SO hard… it stretches you thin and just when you think you couldn’t be stretched any more, you’re stretched again (elastigirl anyone?). I remember when I first had Jadyn and thought to myself, holy cow… now what do I do? I remember the first week of having Jadyn home, and there
The one thing I dreaded buying before Liam was born was a baby monitor. There are so many to choose from, and how in the world do you pick one that works best for your family? I hate to admit that I picked up the simplest baby monitor I could find and was done.
Having a heart of gratitude in the midst of pain is a very, very hard thing. It’s a constant battle in your mind, an internal war of feelings, thoughts, emotions, anger, and sadness. The last couple of weeks have been trying for us. We announced we were pregnant, only to find out, that nothing ever
Kindness, it’s not as common as you think. We say so much has changed since we were kids, but has it? According to Stopbullying.gov 1 in 4 student say they have been bullied at school. In one large study, about 49% of children in grades 4–12 reported being bullied by other students at school.