Five Things I Never Thought I Would Have To Say Out Loud

Five things I never thought I would have to say out loud
I smile when I think to my pre-kid self. I would roll my eyes at ‘those moms’ I would see in public, promising myself I would never be that kind of mom. Gosh, they looked like a hot mess! Why don’t they have their act together, and control those kids? Even if you’re the best mom in the world you find yourself saying things, repeatedly, every day that you never thought that you have to say in your life time. Some days things come out of my mouth and I question why I have to say them out loud. Let alone multiple times a day.
If you’re a mom who has ever stuck your face up to your baby’s butt and have taken in a big sniff, I guarantee you that you have said these things too!

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Update: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going

Update_ Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going

Welcome 2018… goodbye 2017. I am not sad to see 2017 ride off into the sunset. We had many  blessings in 2017. We took on yet  another move. I was blessed with so many more followers and readers here at Laughter and Kisses. We enjoyed another year watching our kids grow and become adventurous tiny humans.

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Motherhood Is Not Always Picture Perfect

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I have said it time and time again… it’s not always perfect.  As we scroll back through our photos on our phones, we see countless moments of smiling kids.  Those big happy faces as they swing at the park, as they open birthday gifts, those goofy grins as they look up at the camera. All moments we capture with a photo.

However, how about those moments were we don’t know how we are going to get through the next hour. The moments where we start to count down the hours until we can put them to bed.  We don’t have those moments capture on our phones. We don’t have the epic melt downs, the drama over not having the right pajamas clean, the yelling, the screaming captured. Continue reading “Motherhood Is Not Always Picture Perfect”