It’s thanksgiving break and all I can think about ishow happy I am to be at home and not at work. The only thing I’m happy about in my life right now is being a mom to my son. I don’t hate my job. I love my job, but it doesn’t make me happy. I’m… Continue reading Don’t Complain if You aren’t Doing Anything to Change
Wake up @ 4:30 am.Take a shower.Brush my teeth.Get dressed.Put coconut milk on to boil for my oatmeal.Pack up everything in my wagon.Put oatmeal in the pot.Fill up gallon water bottle.Pour oatmeal and toppings in a bowl.Wake up Malakhai.Change his diaper.Lotion him up.Nurse him.Bundle him up (weather is crazy cold right now)Strap him to me… Continue reading Before Work Routine
1. Pick up Khai. 2. Nurse Khai. 3. Take him home. 4. Unload everything in the wagon and bring him in the carrier. 5. Spend time with Khai (watch his fave shows, play with toys, read a bedtime story.) 6. Bathe Khai. 7. Nurse Khai to sleep. 8. Change Vick’s pad in humidifier. 9. Shower.… Continue reading After Work Checklist
There’s this notion that all single mom’s are bitter. This stems from people assuming we are mad because we can’t be with the father of our child(ren) or we are made that they don’t want us. Speaking for me and me only, both are false. I am in no way bitter about anything, but me… Continue reading Bitter Baby Mama
Of course about 5 months ago I didn’t have this mindset. I was scared shitless. I had spent two months at my mom’s house after having my son, and I had had so much help between my mom and my stepdad. It was then finally time for me to go home. I was petrified at… Continue reading “I Ain’t Ever Scared…”
Spent a beautiful Saturday at the farmer’s market with my baby love. When Khai gets older, the farmers market will be considered field lessons for part of me teaching him outside of school, if I even put him in school.