Ah! I can’t believe it’s been 2 years already. 2 years ago after sitting on this for years just waiting for the right moment to start, not knowing there would never be a right moment, I finally took the leap. A leap I will never regret. The only thing I regret is not starting sooner.Continue reading “Celebrating 2 Years”
Last week one of my amazing supporters asked a great question, “why are moms so quick to judge other moms?” While I did answer her with my opinion in my last Q&A, I would like to dive more in depth into it. Mom shaming or judgement from other parents is something we’ve all had toContinue reading “Why Are Moms So Quick To Judge Other Moms?”
I’m so excited to be celebrating the 150th blog on Sassy Mamaroo. I really couldn’t have done this without all the love, support, and all the amazing people that have shared their stories. Today I’ll be answering the questions you asked and wanted answered, aside from the few more complex ones. They deserve a fullContinue reading “Q&A To Celebrate Our 150th Blog”
2020 was a rough year. My kids, along with basically the whole world were ripped from their schools and thrown into distance learning. We learned how to distance learn and we still are distance learning as of currently. It hasn’t been easy, but we’re managing.
I may not be the best person to be writing this. I sometimes struggle with apologizing for things I don’t need to apologize for. It’s a habit I guess that is just apart of who I am. Really though, it’s a curse. Many times the apology comes from acknowledging a ‘flaw’ within myself before someoneContinue reading “You Have To Stop Apologizing”
I’ve talked about my love-hate relationship with clothes shopping before on our podcast. This is honestly something that has always bugged me. Why? Because I don’t understand why it has to be so hard when it really shouldn’t be. Something so simple as shopping for clothes shouldn’t be as hard as it is. I’m notContinue reading “Why Is Clothes Shopping So Hard?”
Urban dictionary describes mom shaming as criticizing or degrading a mother for her parenting choices because they differ from the choices the shamer would make.