Why It’s Hard to Be a Strong Momma (and How to Take Back Your Body)

So you had a baby. GREAT. Good for you. You grew an entire person in your body. Whoop-dee-freaking-doo. NOW MOVE ON WITH YOUR LIFE AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR BABY. >>Raise your hand if that’s what it felt like for you after you gave birth.<< Admittedly I cannot see you, but I feel like there’s […]

The Thing About Being a Mom

I don’t know if it was always this way¬†or if this is just a product of modern marketing, but it seems like moms are usually depicted as all being the same. Like we all think the same way and like the same things. Get annoyed by the same things. Want the same things. The exception […]

Gifts for Moms

Not all moms are the same, so I can’t tell you what kind of gift every mom you know might like. But what I can tell you is that at this point in my life, after being a mom for ten years, I don’t really care about presents. I’m just too tired to care and […]

We’re All BAD MOMS {A Movie Review}

What’s the difference between a Girls’ Night Out and a Moms’ Night Out? The jokes. For sure. I spent couple of hours last night at Alamo Drafthouse Vintage Park with a theater full of moms for a special screening of BAD MOMS (which opens today). Watching a comedy with a room full of the intended […]

Let’s Be Bad Moms at Alamo Drafthouse

The longer I’m a mom the less I care about SO MANY things. I care about my kids, obviously, but I don’t really care about what other people think about how I parent. And that? Makes me feel like a bad mom sometimes. Which is probably ironic. But I came of age when Alanis Morisette’s […]