You know how hard it is for us moms to keep up and connect with our BFFs outside our child-infested houses, right? What with running after kids, housework and the endless meals, we all resort to Facebook, Twitter or text messaging (hurriedly, if I may say so) just to be able to catch up with each other. And sometimes we even forget to respond because damn kids just won’t stop whining/crying/asking to be fed! Well, worry no more, I have come up with easy to memorize mom codes to help us get our messages across with the least number of taps (so we can go back to running after our naked toddlers). Enjoy!
Marriage is wonderful that’s the truth, but at times it can be as appealing as a laundry basket full of dirty clothes, broken toys, broken crayons, and unpaired socks. You have to be crazy, really passionately crazy, to want to ride it out till the end and based on my experience, the ways to keep your marriage strong are the little things that you do on a daily basis and not the expensive dates nor the gigantic baubles that your partner surprises you with.
To keep the love alive in marriage requires dedication and a lot of patience. It isn’t always easy. If someone told you otherwise, they are either not telling the whole truth or still dreaming in cloud nine.
My husband and I are celebrating our 13th wedding anniversary in 5 months and I have to say that I am mighty proud that we have weathered the storms that came our way through the years. We went on a trip to hell and back but here we are, stronger and still crazy about each other.
It is with a heavy heart today that I announce, the tooth fairy has been unmasked.
I’ve been busted.
You can hand me the cone of shame anytime now.
We all know who the tooth fairy is, right? Sometimes it’s the man of the house, sometimes it’s the one who thinks she’s always right. Ahem. Whut?!
In our house, it has always been me. Why? Because I think I make a better looking tooth fairy. And all these years, due to unexplainable sentimental hoarding, I have kept my son’s teeth in a tiny tin box. If somebody out there is doing the same thing, I implore you, get rid of them NOW! I don’t know if you’ve noticed it, but little people are skilled at finding stuff you don’t want them to see. My kids have proven this so many times, but it looks like I have never learned my lesson.