It's working already. I don't think it was supposed to work this fast. It could all be placebo, but, whatever it is, is working already. Last Thursday, I finally went to the doctor to see what was "up" with me. The mood swings, the fatigue, the anxiety. The train was going off the tracks and… Continue reading The Windex Phase Has Begun: The Mental Health Saga Continues
Okay, I can't stand clowns. I hate them. So you know how much I love my kids? I love my kids enough to make going to the circus every summer a tradition. A tradition!!! I willingly put myself in clownsway every year so that my children can go to the circus AND hopefully NOT have… Continue reading Clowns and Anxiety: Panic at the Circus
Well, folks, I'm back at it. I made a doctor's appointment for MYSELF today. I kind of forgot that was even a thing. But that's probably the reason I'm making it in the first place... I kind of forgot that we parents need to physically take care of ourselves too. I'll be honest, for the… Continue reading The Car is Going Back Into the Shop: The Quest for Mental Stability Continues
Here we are a few days away from completing our second week potty training our daughter. I can't believe it. I really can't believe it. She is doing gangbusters! I can't believe how she's doing and in turn, I can't believe how I'm doing through this. I am a wreak as a parent, a nervous,… Continue reading The Second Child Conundrum: Do They Have It Better or Worse?
So the other night my son and I were coming home from a mother/son date. Okay, okay, he's four people, we're not quite to Norman Bates level yet. It was nine o'clock at night, the summer sun was setting, the stars were coming out and Henry asks me if we can listen to Adele. Both… Continue reading Crying to Adele: The Emotions of Raising My Kids