My daughter turned nine on April 24. Mother’s day was also almost two weeks ago. Two major dates for me to write and publish this post.
Each year on this day, we celebrate the greatest gift that I could have ever been given. Even though she stole my birthday, the day she came into this world will always be my favorite.
As she’s getting older, it is both amazing and unbelievably scary watching her grow into her own person.
From the moment my cheese ball was born, she’s been a big baby.
I mean just look at how tall she is for her age!
The journey of Motherhood is not easy, and my daughter has taught me many valuable life lessons these last nine years.
There have been lot of times where I’ve had to take a step back and re-think what I expect from her because, although she looks older, she’s still a little kid.
But then there are other moments where I’m thrown off a little and say, “Wait is she trying to take advantage of my love?”
When it comes to motherhood, we tend overthink the majority of time. We put unattainable expectations thinking we are wonder woman and often compare our parenting skills to our own mothers.
Real life pressures have helped me realize that motherhood is not something you can figure out 100% of the time, despite the image that that perfect social media moms try to sell.
Below I am sharing nine lessons my daughter has taught me these nine years I’ve been able to spend with her. Read more
When you think about water parks, you instantly think “My wallet is going to get hit hard” at least that’s what I would think. Specially as a single mom. You know nowadays most activities or attractions are super expensive. They have all these insane charges and fees that can make it difficult for you to experience with your kiddos.
I had the opportunity to visit Epic Waters Indoor Water Parkthis past winter! I mean I would of never imagined you can go to the water park during the winter,but now you can!!
All year round!
Wespent eight full hours at the largest indoor water park under a single retractable roof in North America!
Yep that is correct, there’s finally an indoor water park that is open year round in the DFW.
If you know my daughter, you probably would know that she was a mermaid in her past life. She absolutely loves the water, the ocean, water parks, pools and activities that have to do with water.
But let me tell you she doesn’t like to shower!
Now that really makes no sense at all does it?