Thursday, May 2, 2013

Blogging on my mind

Spring 2013
Finally! I am finding myself giving a huge sigh of relief as I’ve decided to take the plunge and start a blog. It’s been on my mind for far too long. My main purpose of the blog is to document my life as a mother of two boys, give my opinions on a wide range of topics and to, quite honestly, vent.

Since my youngest was born almost 9 months ago I have only worked very part time so I can be with my two boys as much as possible. I have always wanted to be a stay at home mom but funds won’t allow it so this is the next best thing.

Raising two boys and being home with them 5 days a week is so much harder than I ever could have imagined. I have gotten a lot of comfort from other mom’s and realizing that I am not alone in this. I am not the only one who’s kid has a freak out in the middle of Target or hides in the clothing racks at Goodwill prompting me to frantically search the entire store for him.

My hope is that this blog will give other parents, and myself, comfort. You are not alone in this and neither am I.


  1. I'm so happy that you chose to start a blog! I can't wait for you to share more of your story & I can't wait for frequent updates on your adorable little boys! Welcome to the blogging world, sweets!

  2. I'm happy I finally pushed myself to do it too! Thanks for being such a great inspiration!

  3. I found your blog while searching around the internet. My friends blog a lot from around the country and i like to keep up with what they are doing and came across yours. I don't know if you remember me, it has been a very long time, but i used to be a friend of your uncle matt's. anyway, just wanted to say what a lovey story. I have, as well, started a journal, manuscript on becoming a mother as well. my daughter is 4 yrs old. Its a crazy ride watching these little ones grow up. very inspiring writing. Megan

    1. I sort of remember you from memory but I definitely know who you are! How crazy that you came across my blog! I'm glad you are liking my story! Thanks Megan!