Toddler Tech Support: "Did you try throwing it and crying?" (via BuzzFeed)
If you're a mom, you'll TOTALLY relate to these. If not, you'll just get a good laugh out of 'em! (via 22 Words)
I did not have a brother growing up. I had  three soft-spoken sisters. Our home was adorned with Barbies, Care Bears and fake jewelry. We would sit for hours playing and putting makeup on each othe… (via Scary Mommy)
I will admit, at first I was unsure how I needed  “slick plastic panels” to “bare my knees for a futuristic feel” in my “mom jeans,” but now that Nordstrom has mentioned it, I’m discovering the ways my mom life could benefit from such a thing. What a... (via renegade mothering)
As far as my parenting experience has taught me, babies sleeping in cribs is a unicorn sized myth, invented by Big Crib and perpetrated by jerks. (via Parent Co.)
"Currently helping my son search for his chocolate that I ate last night." (via BuzzFeed)
New Video: How To Make Toast For A Toddler. FYI: This is at 5:45 in the morning. (via Facebook)
I won’t bullshit you, babies aren't the easiest — even if many of those usual baby tip articles make it sound that way. Here are the REAL baby pro tips. (via Scary Mommy)
I always start out by attempting to ignore it, but my husband's snoring drives me absolutely crazy — to the point of straight-up pissed-off-ness. (via Scary Mommy)
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I took my 9 mo to his first swim class today. I’m celebrating by posting my first ever blog post – something I have always wanted to do but I never felt like I had anything important to say. The pool itself was a treat. My little guy loved it and could back float like a champ. The instructor said it was the hardest move for little ones. I was beaming with pride. Things took a turn when we stepped out of the pool and headed for the change room. As we approached a teenage boy life guard, my boob popped out. Not even all of my boob. Just the nipple. You see, my boobs are a deflated (almost inverted…?) version of what they used to be (Aside: I consider it a small miracle I could breast feed for my son’s first six months after having a b... Read More
My husband doesn't know HALF of the stuff I do around the house. It's not his fault. It's just that the stuff never even crosses his mind. (via Baby Sideburns)
Finally sweater weather. (via Facebook)
A website for anyone with both a child and a sense of humor. (via The Ugly Volvo)
Because we are all that mom or dad sometimes.​ (via Good Housekeeping)
Parents are funny, especially on Facebook. From misheard swear words to chin hairs, here's what made us laugh this week. (via
If you're a husband, you'll TOTALLY relate to these. If you HAVE a husband, you'll just shake your head (because you know they're so hilariously true)... (via 22 Words)
These were as amazingly bad as I was hoping for (and I had high hopes).