Typical Facebook and Twitter posts from mothers at various stages along the way.
Cloth diapers? Elimination communication? Is formula really that bad? Do you think my husband will go for the family bed?
I’m going to get rid of all of the TVs in this house.
I want to give my Johnny a better start in life so that he won’t have the struggles I’ve had.
How I love this little bundle of joy. I wonder when we should start trying for #2?
Wish the colic would go away so we could all get some much needed sleep.
I wish Johnny would poop in the potty instead of throwing his toys in the potty.
Where does he get all his energy? I love him but I wish he’d take a nap.
Going back to the doctor. There has to be something wrong with me. I can’t think straight and I’m always exhausted.
TVs make nice babysitters.
You won’t believe the mess he made today. My house is a pig sty.
At least I finally got him to take off that Batman costume.
Off to kindergarten. I think I cried more than he did. How I love that little boy.
Johnny seems to be smarter than his peers. Chip off the old block, I suppose.
Legos, Legos everywhere!
He is so much like his father.
Seems like I live at that ballpark these days.
Kids his age have their own phone? I guess I’ll get one for him. It will be nice to be able to reach him at all times.
He sure is getting tall.
I treasure these days- the time gets away.
He is so grounded. No video games for a week.
Did he seriously sleep until 3PM?
Johnny is starting to notice the girls…
Where did this attitude come from?
Why is he crying all the time?
I long for the days when he played outside and got into everything. These days he just sits in front of a screen.
You know, maybe my parents did the best they could.
My baby looks so grown up in his Homecoming suit.
Drivers watch out- my baby is on the road.
Anyone have some yard work my son can do? He needs some gas money.
Nights when we’re all under one roof for dinner is a treasure.
What happened to the time? I’m so proud of the man he’s become.
The countdown to Thanksgiving won’t be that bad, will it?
To all the mothers out there- those with toddlers and those with empty nests, we wish you a Happy Mother’s Day from Act Together Ministries!!