I know you two are excited to meet your baby brother, but this will bring on many new things. Mommy will be needing your help, and the biggest help you can give Mommy is patience.
Mommy is going to be up at all hours of the night feeding and changing your baby brother’s diapers. She’ll be tired and possibly forgetful. Baby brother is going to demand most of her time. Mommy will be in pain and healing after having baby brother. Mommy may not always be able to play with you, and this saddens me.
Continue reading To My Two Older Boys: Patience Is Going To Get Us Through This
My soon to be middle child seems to break anything he touches. If he had powers, things would just disintegrate upon his touch. Nothing is safe in this little guys hands.
At first, it was passed off as his fine motor skills aren’t perfect yet, or he didn’t know his own strength, or just purely because of his age that he didn’t know any better. But, as he’s getting older we are finding out the hard way nothing has changed with his destruction.
Continue reading My Son’s Middle Name Should Have Been “The Destroyer”
Hey! I’m actually writing this post while on a charter!
What is a charter? Kids like to call them field trips. These can also be softball games (like this one I’m on now) where I take the team to the place they play the game.
Charters are a good way to make extra money in the week aside from your regular daily school route. If it fits in your schedule, and have the time, signing up for charters is a good idea.
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Everyone knows how expensive Daycare can be. To be honest, if I brought my two boys to Daycare, I would basically be going to work just to pay for Daycare. That doesn’t make any sense.
I am lucky enough to have a job that I can bring my kids with me to work. Yes! I don’t have to pay for Daycare! This takes away a huge burden on our budget. I also don’t have to worry about strangers watching my kids, or drive time to daycare that takes time out of my day.
Continue reading Confessions Of A School Bus Driver – No Need For Daycare