Saturday, November 5, 2016

Being a mom is pretty awesome!

Hey guys,

So, I've taken quite a long hiatus from blogging and I've decided that it's time to come back and share my wittiness with the world. I know you are so excited.

So far on the blog I've focused mostly on my mental illness and all that it entails. Which is alot. But there is a whole other side to me that I haven't talked about much and I want to share with all of you.

I'm a mom to three pretty amazing children.  I love them with every ounce of my being.  They are the sweetest, most wonderful children (at times) and for the most part, they keep me sane.
My oldest son got my sarcasm and my emotions. He wears his heart on his sleeve and can get hurt so easily.  But he also loves deeply and is always there to help someone in need.  My middle son is extremely strong willed and wants everything to go his way. But he is also one of the funniest and most caring little guys that I know.  My daughter is a threenager. She is my light in the dark world and can always make me smile.

They, along with my incredible husband, are my world and I'm so excited to share about my crazy life with them. I can't wait to share how funny and witty they are. You may not care, but they are pretty hilarious so it needs to be shared.

Any other moms out there that are just trying to stay sane until bedtime?  I know I'm not alone!

Anyway, just wanted to update the blog and let you know that I'm going to try to shift gears to a little lighter content.  Try to bring some humor and goofiness into the picture and just trying to enjoy life a bit more. That's what it's all about right?  Can't wait to talk with you all!!!

Be back soon!


  1. Love your commitment to your blog. I am a mom of three with BPD, PTSD, ADHD and ocd. A glorious and debilitating journey.glad I found your site!

  2. Stephanie MitchellMay 7, 2017 at 1:20 PM

    I came across your blog through The Mighty this morning and I am so glad that I did! I haven't been diagnosed with BPD but a the symptoms ring true with me �� I do suffer from depression and anxiety as well as depression which I know can stem from BPD. Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you for making this blog as I reckon it's going to help not only me but so many other mommas out there! Kia kaha (stay strong in Maori as I live in New Zealand) ��