I’ve always been an introvert with a generalized anxiety disorder, something which took me many years to figure out. You would think if you struggle with something your whole life, it would be easy to know what it is and how to fix it. But Bruce Willis spent all of The Sixth Sense not knowing he was dead, so maybe not.

When I became I mother, I found myself spending a lot of time on the internet, seeking advice and becoming friends with other moms who were also up at 3:00 am, frantically googling how to make their own baby shampoo out of coconut oil and the pine leaves in their backyard because apparently, commercial shampoo has too many toxins for a baby’s cristal skin; and I finally decided to start a blog and share my own experiences with the world, like an angel.

These are some of the things I’ve discovered in my first two years as a mom, while attempting to balance motherhood, work, and family, and keeping all the crazy on the inside, like a lady.

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Thomas Afonso
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3 days ago

True true

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*me*
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3 days ago

Darn water. I WANT A REFUND!

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Stille20
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3 days ago

*cringe*

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Vicious Insect
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2 days ago

Why I never want children. The reasons are various.

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Easily Excitable Panda
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3 days ago

Might?

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*me*
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3 days ago

Yay children are fun and grateful

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*me*
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3 days ago

Well, I’m glad I’m male

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*me*
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3 days ago

If you forget to eat you’re a madman

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Night Owl
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2 days ago

A great reason to have an extroverted kid around :D

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*me*
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3 days ago

Yes, yes that is important

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Vicious Insect
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2 days ago

"Wheeeeere's mommy?!"

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Stimpy
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3 days ago (edited)

I would also panic, if someone tried to drive a shirt through my head. What technique are you using? Do you Push the shirt through one ear using a knitting needle, and then pull it out of the other as soon as the tip pops through?

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Night Owl
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2 days ago

And they just *have to* show you the dead squirrel

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*me*
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3 days ago

Aw crap. Teacher:what color is that? child: rojo. Teacher:damn it you’re in fifth grade

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Virgil Sanders
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2 days ago

lol, my mom said similar things when i was younger (not that last bit tho) XD

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Mark Howell
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3 days ago

After my wife gave birth, I used to sleep with a stab vest and on a different continent, for good measure ;o)

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TheDragapultUser
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3 days ago

True

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Ria C.
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2 days ago

My s-i-l is working on 28 years maternity leave and her baby weight. 😂

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Amery
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1 day ago

Well, Bill and Melinda ARE getting divorced; just saying~! ;)

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Harry Potter
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3 days ago (edited)

I was co-slept until I was 5 i think . There's nothing wrong with me. Why would you put a baby somewhere where you can't watch them??

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Night Owl
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2 days ago (edited)

Ahh, *now* that movie makes sense ;D

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Thomas Afonso
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3 days ago

I like M Night Shamalan

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Shelby P
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When I had my daughter and I went to breastfeed the first time. The nurse (we'll call her Ratchet) kept shoving my daughters head into my boob saying "she needs to latch on" and I'm pretty sure I could tell that she *was* latched on...

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