He tries my patience like no one ever has. But for a brand new three year old I can reason with him surprisingly well.
My not so baby boy turns 3 in less than 2 weeks. When we were hit with the lockdown in March I decided I should try to potty train him. Potty training was something I’d been lowkey dreading about momming. I just couldn’t wrap my head around how you teach little people to use the potty without it being complete torture for all parties involved.Nevertheless, it was something I could no longer push to the side. The little guy and I were together, at home, all day long every day of the week.
My little guy warms my heart. If you ask him if the friend he’s just told you about is a boy or girl, he responds “they’re a friend.”, discussion over. And he’s right, what does it matter?
In those times I often forget to sing and that’s when I need to sing the most.
At times, it feels like the the only constant for me is my mother’s love as well as the love I now have for my little guy. A mother’s love.
It's been just over a year since I started this blog 12raisins, and just over a year since I became a mother. Both are still works in progress. The blogging is coming along. I'm trying to be more consistent but the mothering does get in the way. Just over a year later and it's still exhausting. … Continue reading Motherhood: A Little Over a Year
I’ve never been much of a coffee drinker. Actually, I’ve never been a coffee drinker at all. I never felt I needed it, nor did I like it very much. But during that week of early commutes downtown, after sleepless nights with a baby...I was excited to get my daily mocha. I felt like I’d joined some exclusive crew, that I’d never been apart of.
I want to foster in him a love for people, new sights and experiences near and far.