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5 Things I’ve Learned About Halloween From My Followers
My “followers” posts are easily becoming some of my FAVORITE ones to do! It helps me catch up on reading new posts from them and it’s usually pretty humorous pulling their quotes out of context!
SO, here’s my Halloween edition of Thing’s I’ve Learned From My Followers:
I’m not gonna lie, I’m feeling a little bit like a “cool kid” right now.
It seems that my blog was nominated for the One Lovely Blog Award a few days ago by A Momma’s View. This is such a shock and honor to be nominated! I never imagined how fun the blogging world is until now, and now…
First off, I have had quite a few new followers this week, so thank you SO MUCH for that! I hope I do not disappoint you!
OKAY, so, I wanted to start a weekly post that incorporates my readers somehow, because you guys are what keeps me writing. This week, I’ll start it off with the 10 things I’ve learned from my readers about motherhood.
I found these quotes while I was reading through some of my Followers’ posts:
1. “Mothers make terrible accomplices. We leave our DNA in the form of hair on everything.” from If Traffic Had A Face I Would Punch It
2. “There is no going back.” from Aimee Cartier
3. “Having a child changes you. I’m a new person, but I’m also the same.” from A New England
4. “Second kids ALWAYS get the shaft” from Easy Being Mom
5. “We laugh, we cry, our hearts burst with sorrow, our hearts burst with pride.” from MomLife Now
Hello. I am a millennial momma and I’ve recently entered the world of raising two kids under the age of two years old. With my youngest at one-month-old right now, reality is just now setting in for me on how my life is quickly turningupside down!
Whenever my newborn isn’t latched onto me like a tick, I’m watching my 22-month-old like a hawk to make sure that he doesn’t try to kill his “baby bruhder”—which has been attempted numerous occasions in the most creative ways, like, putting a Lego man’s tiny hat near the newborns mouth “for safe keeping,” and putting a big plastic ball on the swaddled newborn’s face while he’s sleeping. We could say that big brother is still adjusting to having a new baby in the house.
Anyways, I have stayed at home with my first son since he was born almost two years ago. Since becoming a stay at home mom, I have realized just how PRECIOUS work is to me. Not because it is so awesomely fun! (Said no one ever….) But, because it was my ME time. It got me out of my house that I would otherwise be sitting in all day shooting zombies and slaying giants in videos games with my husband. MAN, how I miss the pre-baby years. HA!
Unfortunately, going back to work is not an option for me right now since I decided to really screw myself and have another little one, so I am searching for a different kind of ME time.
Enter Living in Momarchy Blog.
I can’t promise that I’ll update often…or even that I’ll make another post after this one.
……I hope you weren’t hoping for a “BUT” after the last sentence….because I don’t have one.
Nonetheless, I have really enjoyed writing this post, so follow me and see what happens next Living in Momarchy, where mommy rules ALL!