Well this is a kind of a mini blog round up at least. Chinese Policewoman is a hero Hero. I know this is an older story, but still one of my personal favorites. There’s a brand new blog out there for babycenter mama’s that is […]
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“I can’t do this. I can’t do this. Oh dear god what have we done? “ These words were reverberating through my brain for a week straight.
Not my best moments by far.
The day I brought my daughter home was a humid, wretchedly hot August day, all of three weeks ago. I was so happy to get out of the hospital, to get home, to completely freak out. Well truth be told “freaking out” wasn’t part of the original plan. When I first got here a couple of people were here to greet this new addition although I wasn’t really in the mood- I relented and let those in attendance gawk at this small thing I had just released into the world two days ago. I was in control. I was set. I knew what I was doing.
Well, until I was left to fend for this little creature pretty much on my own.
At the hospital I even had breastfeeding down. I was SET. Hell, I could even burrito wrap her like a pro.
Then I got home. Ha! No one told me about that part.
Thankfully I’ve gotten a handle on things since this. Not to mention my husband got to miss this little bit of my motherhood-induced hysteria. (The only time I’ve EVER been thankful for a deployment.)
(**Repost from my old Blog) Catchy title? I thought so. Sounds good and deep, sadly this is a rather shallow blog… An embarrassingly incoherent and shallow blog.. First a bit of a somewhat explanatory rant. A tangle of DNA, from two parents can equal out […]