I have received numerous questions directed towards my husband about random things and so he decided to join me in this week’s questions and answers video. The quality of the video is horrible, we are cranky, hot and tired, and it was late at night. My apologies for the poor production and the extreme length of it
So I was going to wait until next month to put this up, but with some sudden changes in my family’s schedule and the excitement of these products, I just couldn’t wait! When I got this package in the mail I was so excited. I had emailed with Belly bar a few weeks ago and I was under the impression that I would just be reviewing the new Prenatal & DHA Chocolate Vitamins for them, so when this bigger package came, I was a tad surprised. When I opened it however I was so pleased to see that they had actually sent me multiple products to try! Now even though I technically don’t have to tell you about those other things, I’ve already consumed them so I figured I might as well
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Well…not really, but we do have a name for baby girl. Actually the name was a huge part of what pushed me over the fence when it came to having a gender preference. This time around, the deal was that my husband got to pick the baby’s name. I got to pick our son’s name after simply stating that after 9 months of carrying him and then pushing him out of my hoo haw, while risking possible tears and never being the same, I should get to. Wellllll that excuse wasn’t going Continue readingTweet
No matter what they want to be referred as, Grammy, Ga Ga, and Grandma, all still mean the same thing. Spoiler of children. My family is unique. Because it is mixed (in more ways than one) there are a lot of different views, opinions, and personalities to deal with. My daughter who has a different father than my son, you would assume has only two households. Wrong. She has three. When I first had A I lived with my parents. They were amazing and supportive and I can’t thank them enough. Of course her father lived with his parents as well (even though he was three years older) and that’s the way it went for the first almost two years.
Now let me explain something. A is the only grandchild on her father’s side. Her Grammy, as she refers to her, always wanted a little girl, but had two boys instead. So you can imagine how thrilled she was that her first grandchild was beautiful little girl. Because she was/is so happy to have A she tended/tends to spoil the crap out of her. I’m not saying that my mother is any better, she too spoiled/spoils my kids, but the difference is that I moved out of my parent’s house after two years, while A’s dad stayed at his parents house for six. That’s six years of being spoiled and “raised” by her Grammy and PaPa. So every time she went for her visitation with her dad, she really went to stay with her grandparents. It made raising her in the way I wanted pretty difficult. Continue readingTweet