My life as a stay at home mom began in August 2010.  It was bound to be a bumpy ride. But, I didn’t know just how bumpy it was about to get. In March 2011, I separated from my husband. Now, I’m a single mom of three. I had to go back to work, but the adventures of life with three kids never leaves me without a story to share here.

Stick around, check it out, tell me your thoughts or advice on how to do parenting right!

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15 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Cortney
    Jul 08, 2011 @ 05:55:13

    I love your blog!!!!


  2. My boy's mom
    Jul 15, 2011 @ 00:33:51

    This blog is awesome!!!


  3. Kimberly
    Aug 15, 2011 @ 04:54:51

    I love your blog!!! I am also a mother of 3 and can TOTALLY understand your topics 🙂 I just keep reminding myself that everything they do will come back on them 10 fold as long as they survive childhood ;0)


  4. Sarah
    Nov 01, 2011 @ 16:23:36

    i just came across this while looking up some information on child guidance for a school project. i loved it!


  5. Mom's Place of Sanity
    Dec 02, 2011 @ 00:16:39

    Wanting to let you know I have nominated you for a blog award! Here is a link to check it out!!


  6. Jennifer
    Jan 18, 2012 @ 08:23:36

    Love the blog. I understand as well. I’m a single mom of 2, work full time, school full time, both kids are about to go into baseball. I wear a cape apparently. LOL!


  7. Samantha
    Feb 10, 2012 @ 14:12:33

    I love the sarcastic reality of your blog. I, also, have a degree in journalism, whilst staying at home. LOL Blogging I guess is our way of writing, but without all the deadlines and the editors barking down our necks at perfect grammar and copy style. 😉 Keep writing. I love reading it.


  8. Sam
    Apr 20, 2012 @ 14:31:57

    Thanks for everything!


  9. Jessie
    Jan 25, 2013 @ 13:11:22

    I grew up in rual Wisconsin, before I was 10 could: do barn chores before.&after school, make breafast(eggs, toast, oatmeal, pancakes, burn trash, start or stoke the wood furnace, haul firewod, mow the lawn,pull weeds,drive tractors, pick field rocks& the list goes on! Aside from farmchores & running machinery I did many things with out supervsion. I think whether a child is left alone or not depends on their maturity level and how well they are prepared to be left alone. But it really boils down to how the parents are raising their children. For me, responsibility and being left alone where is just the way of life and expected. I think that children living in a city verses children in the can differ greatly.


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