I don't know who needs to hear this, but if all you accomplished this year is making it to January, that's something to be proud of. Wait a minute... it's me-- I needed to hear this.
But for real. Watch Soul. It’s amazing. // credit: diegocomedy
Dem the rules. Ammirite? Comment 🤣 below if this is true in your house. Bless their hearts. The other day my husband went to the store and called me and said, “stay on the phone with me so I don’t have to keep calling you so much”. 🤣🥴 When he got home he said, “I know I call so much when I go to the store but I just want to make sure I get the right things.” 😭 I can’t even be mad at that.❤️ Follow kempnitreal for more!
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"Mommy pareho na kayo ng dami ng buhok sa kili-kili ni daddy. 😘"
My daughter showed me that she's been writing every number when she gets bored. So I dug up my very old notebook.
Nine months ago I stopped floating through life with no purpose. Just found this sub and just wanted to say thanks for being so supportive
My son is really into playing air guitar just like his dad
Three studies highlight low COVID risk of in-person school (Jan 2021)
Is there a word for childless women who ‘mansplain’ how to take care of kids?
Before I post this let me be clear. I never judge anyone for anything. I am actually the least judgemental person. People have stopped talking to me because I refused to categorise or gossip about others. So here it goes.... My single and childless SIL has become a beacon of knowledge on child psychology and parenting. She keeps on suggesting how we should keep my child’s behaviour in check, or how we should act in front of her to be better parents. How we should behave, nourish, feed and even educate my daughter. And that’s not the worst part. The way she suggests all this is exactly the way a man would give advice to a woman on her period pain. I have tried to ignore her mostly because she’s a divorcee and I know deep down she wants children but is unable to because it’s difficult to get pregnant without a man but I also don’t like her tone. I think my sympathy for her is reaching a limit. I think there should be a word for such people, if anybody knows it, do tell me.
When I’m overwhelmed and feel like parenting is kicking my ass, I do nothing positive. No motivational thoughts or positive thinking. Just realistically cursing and pushing my way through the shitty, shitty day. It works.
One of us wanted to cuddle and the other just wanted to watch tv. And let’s be honest...we all know which was which.
I get it, 2021, as a mom I’ve always felt the pressure to live up to society’s unrealistic expectations too.
Does anyone have a partner who actually does half the work?
I'm so fed up of doing all the heavy lifting and hearing my partner say he does as much as I do. It's one thing to just not do it it's another to totally disregard everything I do and claim you're as involved as I am. And I think he genuinely believes that he does half the work. I'm starting to wonder if a 50/50 split arrangement actually exists, and if so how can I get in on that?? I don't mean exactly 50/50 but something close to that would be nice. I HATE having to mop the floor while carrying a baby and then looking over at him scrolling through FB or playing a video game but claiming he's working ughhhhhh