My child is in one of those moods today where everything is a meltdown and a fight with her. Decided to take her for a walk to calm her down so we went to Starbucks. Everything was fine at first and then the tantrum came. On the floor. In a middle of a crowd waiting for their coffee and typing away on their computers. If you've ever tried to strap a mid tantrum 1 1/2 year old into their stroller, you probably know it's almost similar to wrestling a rabid animal into a cage. So I pretty much had to give up that delusion and throw her over my shoulder screaming while trying to push the stroller out of Starbucks. On my way to the door, I noticed two teenage girls sitting by the door, looking at me in horror with THE LOOK.. You know "the look". It's the glare that people who don't have any children look at you with. It just screams "she has no control over her child and no idea what's she's doing." "That won't be my kid!" 😂 ( definitely used to be one of them). So as I walked by them with a screaming, crying, kicking and drooling toddler - I mouthed the words "use protection" as I went out the door. Just out here doing the Lord's work, guys. Making your teenage daughter's ovaries shrivel and terrified of getting pregnant! You can thank me in some wine. And this picture here is just my kid throwing a tantrum because I won't let her throw her bowl of Mac and cheese across the room, like she did with her spoon and sippy cup. Caught the bowl before it went flying with everything else. #reasonswhymykidiscrying
Pumpkin Ring Toss.
Introducing my niece, Madison! Welcome to the family baby girl! Already so in love with you. She arrived last night at 1130pm. 7lbs8oz.😍😍😄
When you never wear your hair down and the day that you do, all the kids (and Chelsea) want to braid it.