The time has come or is slowly approaching that we must bundle up our children to face the cold outside.
While it’s important to keep our children wrapped up and warm to bear the cold, it’s very important to properly keep them secure in their car seats.
Bulky coats are not safe to wear while buckled in a car seat.
The reason why bulky coats are not safe is due to the fact that it prevents the harness from properly fitting. The harness becomes to loose and can prevent from protecting our children properly during a crash and can even lead to ejection.
To test to see if a winter coat is not safe to be worn, please do the following:
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The end that offers rest from the mind that will not let go of pain and sorrow.
The end that removes all demons that whisper all the failures.
The end that opens the cage of darkness.
The end that silences the voices of the past.
The end of you.
It approaches like a deceiving warm hug.
It presents the cure to twisted ideas of darkness.
It transforms into an ally.
It becomes the only victory with claiming.
It is the end of you.
Parenting a child who is vastly different from you is exhausting.
The days of sitting outside for hours, listening to my thoughts are gone.
The days of taking a bubble bath with the candles lit are no where to be found.
The days of watching a movie in silence are in the past.
The days of painting my toenails and singing along with one song from start to finish disappeared like Ja Rule’s raps.
The days of buying groceries without interruptions are only dreams that haunt me at night.
My son. He is mine but not like me. He requires attention. A lot. His mind races with words that fall out of his mouth without a filter. He is up at the ass crack of down and fights like a champion when the sun goes to bed. His hands are always on the move. His lips are even faster.
I am super excited that my Facebook page, MOTHERfluff, has reached over 500 fans!
AND … I am even more excited to launch a book giveaway of the book, Motherhood May Cause Drowsiness: Mom Stories from the Trenches.
Mom Bloggers Turn Mom Lit and Parent Humor Into an Anthology of “Momoir”!
I am extremely humbled and honor to be apart of this brilliant momoir! But, dad’s don’t you fret … this anthology is relatable for all parents because we all crave one thing … SLEEP!
For the first time since my first miscarriage, which was 2 years ago, I feel alive. I was on the phone with my sister last night and I told her that for the first time it feels better to be awake then asleep. That one statement says it all. I want to be apart of the world instead of dreaming of alternate moments. I am happy to experience the down falls of the day, as well as, the every day moments of life. For the first time in years, I feel as though I have a control of my depression, not the other way around. I’m no longer mad at my children for their dependency of me. It isn’t their fault they need and want me. I am their mother: a burden that I no longer regret. I am proud of myself for picking up the pieces of my shattered life. Continue reading