Because of just 5″, my son is not allowed to attend in-person classes or high school soccer. Here’s the timeline of events over the past week and what I’m doing to get him back to class and playing soccer.
We got a dog and couldn’t be happier! Sure, she farts every 5 minutes but don’t we all have that every now and then. via Hot Mess Memoir – A humorous, honest, hot mess approach to life!
The dummies that we are, we’re vacationing in the hotbed of corona- FLORIDA! Join me on the first leg of our trip and what travel looks like now with this stupid virus via What It’s Like Traveling During a Pandemic Part 1 – Hot Mess Memoir
Why do my children react like I’ve asked them to build an addition on to the home when I’ve only asked them to unload the dishwasher? via Like Pulling Teeth: Getting My Sons to Do Chores – Hot Mess Memoir
In an effort to bond with my 14-year-old son, I decided to let him play DJ. This was my first mistake. Come on over and let’s discuss My Son’s Music Equals Satan’s Symphony – Hot Mess Memoir
After partaking in the breakfast my son’s school served to us, I’ve vowed that my son will never have to eat school food again via Hot Mess and the School Food – Hot Mess Memoir
In my 400 Writing Prompts book, I decide to write how to explain lighting to a five-year-old. It confirmed one thing: there is a reason our children aren’t home schooled via Explain Lightning to a Five-Year-Old – Hot Mess Memoir
Is it just me or do those braggy Christmas letters you get from friends and family annoy every fiber of your being? It does me so I’ve decided to write a fake one via A Fake, Non-Braggy Christmas Letter – Hot Mess Memoir
In this post, I want to share with you what I received for Christmas via What I Got for Christmas – Hot Mess Memoir
That’s one of the many things they don’t tell you before becoming a mother that you’re not allowed to get or be sick. Read on via Moms Aren’t Allowed to Get Sick – Hot Mess Memoir