A potentially life-or-death guide for kids (and husbands) who attempt to approach Mom in the midst of her first cup of coffee:
After multiple requests, I’ve actually created the mug — you can buy it here! Enjoy, my fellow tired, coffee-guzzling mamas.
An at-a-glance look at how many people view the number of children we have…
After an all-night bender of slamming back milk and milk bones, Madison and Meatball finally pass out…
Awwwwww. I’m guessing the smell in there is enough to make anyone pass out.
[Note to self: New sleep training method?]
If you happen to have a cat when you become pregnant, there invariably will be people who will tell you that you MUST get rid of the poor feline for any variety of crazy reasons — from cats “stealing babies’ breath” (has never happened) to cats’ dander making the air less “pure” (no more so than babies’ dirty diapers, let me tell you). I can tell you from experience that cats not only make adorable, harmless companions for babies, but can also serve as helpful baby accessories:
1. Cat as baby blanket.
2. Cat as boppy.
3. Cat as teddy bear.
4. Cat as protective belt.
5. Cat as toddler pillow.
You know, it’s a good thing certain cartoons never jumped the shark and had their characters become parents — because, as you’ll see, it just wouldn’t have been the same…
Bugs Bunny as a dad.
Remember life before kids? Yeah, our recollection is a little fuzzy, too. Let’s take a stroll down memory lane to see how everyday life has changed since becoming parents…