Month: March 2018

Hot mess level- high.

….where do I start, hmmmm. I’ve been neglecting my blog this week, because it’s been mad crazy over here. The long weekend is upon us, and I decided to go see my sisters and family with the kids. Yay- so fun. Planned for a few weeks, dinner is organized at my one sisters house, blah blah blah. So life continues…

I’m at home in the clouds.

Growing up, my teachers and coaches; my parents and basically anyone else- would get frustrated with me, because (as they put it) I always had my head in the clouds. I was a daydreamer. I would stare out the window and concoct scenes of friendship, scenarios full of beautiful animals and more. It’s not that I didn’t want to listen,…

A real life toy review…

For real life. A little backstory here- Manning had his belated birthday party yesterday. He had his favourite friends come bowling with him. They made up silly names for the bowling team (….Mia was known as “Bowling”, K was known as “Weirdo”…there was a “Unicorn” and “Jurassic” and others) ate pizza and cake, crawled around, and had a ton of…

Lunch box woes.

Ok…so anyone with a “picky” eater- likely dreads daily lunch making for their school kid. 3 of my kids will basically eat anything I send them. Of course they all have their funny little requests, but nothing too out of the ordinary. Whatever…..right? Enter Mason. When he was in kindergarten, he would ONLY eat from a thermos. If I tried…

Taking care of mama’s needs.

It’s been a whirlwind over the last few weeks. One day, while at job #3 (you know…so I don’t get bored) I started having some pretty weird symptoms. I nearly fell over. I had a momentary black out and had to grab hold of some shelving, and stared deeply into the eyes of a blue eyed baby. She smelled of…

The word of the day is F###.

It’s no fair! It’s no fair! It’s no fair! It’s….zzzzz. -Mia,6 This is how I was greeted after work today. I time my schedule perfectly around my kids’ school start and end times , so I’m pulling into the driveway as they’re walking from the bus most days. Today’s unfairness is brought to you by the grade 4 class trip…