• fashion,  outfits

    I’m Raising Tasmanian Devils

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    Parents with kids, do you ever feel like wherever you go, whether it’s the grocery store, a restaurant, or in this case from these series of photos, a bookstore, you feel like you want to forewarn everyone before your crazies enter the room to be prepare because they’re about to get hit hard. These kids of mine are like Tasmanian devils on speed. Coming to wreck the entire place while screaming as loud as humanly possible and doing it with a smile on their faces the entire time. Good thing we were here for a birthday party and the place was closed to the public because we didn’t see Rhys 60% of the time. Rhys was being Rhys. Likes to march to his very own drum. These photos of me nursing Cole, just seconds later, BOTH kids were climbing all over us not giving us even a second of peace. These kids! Just imagine the looks we receive when we’re out. I certainly don’t care when I get looks. Most of the time those looks are people laughing at how ridiculous they are. Thankfully, I haven’t gotten those judgy looks because the second I do, I won’t have a problem shoving my kids in their arms while I continue to do whatever it is I’m doing in peace! I’m not one of those that gets nervous when all eyes are on me. It’s the Aries in me. Lol. Don’t make me shove my kids your way! You’ll only be sorry. Lol

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  • personal

    My Not So Middle Child

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    Hi!! I’m back. I took a week off from blogging to catch up with work and helping here and there with my parent’s move. So lately, I’ve been thinking about this middle child of mine. I think about how little time we have with him. Yes, we see him daily and I’m with him day and night but I don’t actually have ALONE time with him. The other day I was able to squeeze in an hour and a half of quality time with this kid while Cole was napping and it felt so nice. Just me and him. We cuddled and played with play doh. Lately, his temper tandrum has been less and less so it’s making it extra fun being around this kid! Another big milestone we’re about to celebrate pretty soon, being potty trained! We’re on day 3 and so far, just one accident per day. It’s so cute seeing how EXCITED he gets when we all stand in front of him and cheer and scream when he pees. Lol. His face lights up and he’s so proud. What’s even funnier is that it’s typically me, Little G, and Cole standing in front of him screaming. When the Giant’s home, just imagine all four of us standing in the bathroom screaming, clapping, and cheering. Yup, the entire fam bam inside the bathroom. Lol. It’s quite comical. So wish us luck! I hope to have him trained before he turns 2 years and 5 months on the 21st!

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