I’m a 30 something stay at home mom, living in Maine since the summer of 2013, and a quirky military wife who started this blog in July of 2010 and since, my love of writing has come back to me. I’ve been married to my husband, “the hubby” or “buttmunch” (his suggestion), for over 18 years.
I’m very shy and quiet in real life but here I like to let loose and I don’t take myself seriously. I also tend to overshare. I’m politically incorrect and hope you don’t take what I say too seriously either.
Our beautiful daughter, “the little hummingbird”, was born in April of 2009 and I’m still in awe that we created this amazing person.
When it comes to this site, you’ll never hear that “motherhood is a breeze and so effortless”. Having kids can be hard and it’s completely normal to feel overwhelmed as well as doubting the decisions you make as a parent. Not only that, I’d give away my husband so I can pee in peace for once.
I’m also a contributing writer for What The Flicka?
I’m currently dealing with anxiety that has lead to depression so you might catch me writing about it.
Just look at some of my rave reviews:
My husband: I just don’t get this whole blogging thing.
My 5 year-old daughter: WHY?
Maisy the cat: When are you going to feed me, dammit!
Penny the cat: Mew Mew!
My husband, again: Can’t you stop writing for a minute so we can eat dinner?!
In the mood for something ranty? My in-laws are coming and I’ve already reserved a spot for myself in the psych ward just in case.
Want to read about my demented mind and what would happen if a Christmas star and my mother-in-law’s bum collided? When You Wish Upon A Star…And It’s Stuck…Up Where?!
My sweet baby girl when she was going through the terrible threes. Toddler PMS.
When there are times that I want to strangle my husband. When husbands annoy but you can’t strangle them because of dumb laws and When I first got married I thought couples who had seperate bedrooms were crazy. Several years later, I think it’s the best idea ever! and I’m convinced my husband’s brain is wired in such a way that he never feels the need to refill anything, ever.
And just because, What I didn’t expect after expecting, Pregnancy sucks… and then it doesn’t… and then it does… and then you just want that baby out, and What I’ve learned from watching Little House On The Prairie.
This blog is about mommyhood and since my mind scatters about, everything else under the sun. Thanks for taking the time to check out my site!
*All photos and written content are the property of © This Is Mommyhood unless otherwise noted. If used without permission, my cat will come over to your house.
You might think “no big deal” but she likes to lay on top of clean clothes which you then have to lint roll. After that, when you least expect it, she’ll kill you with cuteness. So save yourself the trouble.
The places we have lived since my hubby joined the military in 1996.
Coastal Maine – June 2013 to ?
Northern California – July 2010 to June 2013
Bethesda, MD – 1 year (having a little baby takes up A LOT of space so we had to move out of our small place 3 months after the little hummingbird was born)
Arlington, VA – 2 years
Northern California – 1 1/2 years
San Diego, CA – 2 years
Seattle, WA – 1 1/2 years (my favorite place to live)
Fort Worth, TX – 2 years
Virginia Beach, VA – 3 years
Athens, GA – 7 months