If Traffic Had A Face I Would Punch It

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#I Can't Even

I Just Can’t Even…

If Traffic Had A Face I Would Punch It


According to the trusted Urban Dictionary (my go to resource for swiftly bringing me up to speed when I’m teetering uncool language territory), the phrase “I can’t even” is socially accepted as a stand alone sentence. If looking to add a bit of drama to that sentence, one might say they literally can’t even. I think if we were …

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Poltergeist If Traffic Had A Face I Would Punch It

My baby monitor alerts me at the most random times. It gave me the “movement detected” shout out while I was at work the other day. Although I realize it is a quirky technology that is highly sensitive to any movement (even shifts in the lighting), it reminded me how creepy it can be to …

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Things That Make Me Angry

There will always be the obvious. Those things that make you angry in parenthood, like lack of sleep and the difficult mood swings that seem to overcome our children on a far more frequent basis than any sane person would ever sign up for. The fact that our happy morning is capable of taking a U-turn to hell …

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ItsAGoodLife Toddlers

Use Your Words…

If Traffic Had A Face I Would Punch It


On second thought, maybe…don’t? The Toddler: Tiny Overbearing Diaper Dictator Lacking Emotional Regulation Here’s where all that unconditional love stuff really proves it’s point. Yes, it is the dawning of the age of independence. The independent toddler who fills your heart with so much love they feel the need to try to (unsuccessfully) stomp some of it out every now and then. …

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Shower Hair Loss

I think I am going to start an Etsy shop selling collectibles made entirely out of hair. Specifically, the clumps of hair that have been abandoning my head since the birth of my daughter. There seems to be an endless supply of it, because I am not bald yet. So, all things considered, this could deem very profitable for …

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