School just started here in Miami and it’s been exciting. Em just started Kindergarten and AB is in PreK3. The girls love book and love reading, and now with Em learning to read it’s time for us to upgrade our home library. The challenges are upon us so I want her to be ready for everything to come.
Everyone knows that I’m obsessed with vehicle safety. I’m the first one to be “that person” that leaves a comment on a photo of a cute kid when I see something that isn’t right. Most of my friends appreciation, others don’t like that I ruin “their moment.” Ask me if I care…and the answer is I care more about the safety of your child being properly restrained in a their car seat than a cutesy photo. Sorry, not sorry.
Mom guilt is real. It’s real when you find yourself in a position of having to work to provide for your family and can’t volunteer at your child’s school. It’s real when you have turn down the opportunity to help your kids teacher on a field trip day. It’s real when you can’t be there during working hours even though work is the last place you want to be. But it doesn’t have to be, and you can help in so many other ways.
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