He loves the pups ❤️😭❤️😭
He’s going to HATE me when they have to go. 😩🤦🏻♀️👎🏼
If we could keep them all I would. But no. It is not possible 😅
However... as upset as I was when I found out they were happening, I also love all of them and have named them all. 🤷🏻♀️😍😭🤦🏻♀️
They are just some of the cutest little accidents 😍❤️ #spayandneuter#accidentshappen
Accidents happen! Little Julian took a nasty fall in the shower that put this mom of 3 in panic mode. Thankfully he was perfectly fine. Just a little bump, bruise and scratch.
These pics were taken by my middle child lol I think she’s been watching me make too many videos lol I think she might be a future “influencer” lol #SwipeLeftForVideo
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#momlife never stops! We were on our way out the door and #mynors came to me with a HUNK of Silly Putty stuck (read EMBEDDED) in her hair. Like in the front of her head. Where cutting it out would look DISASTROUS. 😒🙄😬 I honestly thought I was going to have to cut her hair anyway, and she was *devastated* at that thought. So with NO time to spare, I yanked out what Silly Putty I could, and grabbed our Seedlings Baby Oil! Wouldn't hurt to try, right?
I put a squirt in my hands and rubbed it into her putty hair. Voila. Putty started sliding right out into my hand! 😮🙌 Then I just brushed out the little pieces, and boom! No more putty hair! A quick wash and we were on our way out the door AND weren't even late! And for 5min today, I won at life! 😏😂😉
🤯💩 NAPPY CHANGING 💩🤯
So my darling Callie was and still is (usually)an angel when it comes to changing her bum.. she would lay still and let me do what I need then off she goes.. Benjamin on the other hand, I can hardly even get him on his back to attempt a nappy change.
Anyway the reason for my post, so I managed to get his nappy off and clean him up 💩 left him nappy free while off I popped upstairs to get him some clothes and Callie up from her nap. .
What I was greeted with was what I can only explain as HORRIFIC when I came back down. So here I am, clothes in hand, Callie under my arm and Benjamin... Strutting around the livingroom proud as punch, POO all over the carpet, yes I'd left him for no longer than two minutes!! 🤯🤮🤢🤦😭😂 Didn't know if I should laugh or cry!! .
So I'm trying to clean him up again, him that will not stay still, while trying to keep Callie away from the mess mean while my brain thinking how the hell do k clean this mess up 😭🤦.
What are your go to accident cleaners? I used elbow grease to begin with then I mixed bicarb with water and left it for a while, luckily I've saved my carpet and rid the smell quickly 🤦😂💩
I will never leave him without a nappy on unattended ever again! Totally learnt my lesson there 😂🤭
The Dance floor thought it had the last laugh.
But I had a score to settle.
It thought it could stop me, striking skull against concrete.
But it couldn't stop me.
And I won.
I'm not here to convince myself that I am unattractive or unworthy of love.
I am both and proud.
I'm here to dance.
I'm not here to stare at joy from the outside looking in. I'm here to live it, share it, love it, give it. With you
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This boy is my miracle. 💖 He got a head injury before he was 3 months old. A scull fracture. It was my fault. I tripped while carrying him. 😢 I felt like the worst mom ever. We didn’t know if he’d make it. We didn’t know if he’d recover. We were terrified. And the police started an investigation. I thought I’d lose the kids... Worst nightmare ever. 8 years ago.
He spent one week at the hospital. One week! The doctors called him a miracle baby. A year later after many many doctors appointments, they said he was developing as he should, he had got no permanent injury. He had healed completely. 💫
The police stopped the investigation, as they didn’t find a reason to believe it was nothing else than an accident. But they forgot to inform us, so we spent 6 months not knowing what was gonna happen.
I suffered from panick attacks for a long time after this. I will never get over the sound of my son’s head cracking. Having four young overactive boys constantly puts me in fear that something’s gonna happen. But they have also helped me get rid of the constant feeling of being in panic.
Give your kids an extra hug when they drive you insane. 💗 Life happens. Enjoy every moment. 💖
THE PROCESS. Yesterday I got my first couple hours of alone time 🙌🏻 since the accident two months ago. Couch. Pjs. Music. Open windows. All day. 🥳 I thought about how crazy that was - the first time I had my sensors off in two months. I found it was kind of like getting to camp ... one gets so used to life’s hustle and bustle that when you get in and set up ⛺️, with hours upon hours of silence ahead, at first it’s like ... what to do with so much time? But then, with the sounds of the wind, the heat of the ☀️, the freshness of the air, sometimes they bring thoughts and other times turn them off. Now, my days fly by with treatments, transport, bathing, and exhaustion sleeping. But, I’m starting to get the hang of that routine, so it’s time to soak in this pause life gave me. To “process” the process. ✨ So much is happening to me, and around me, and I need to feel it, think about it and reflect on it in order to grow from it all. Cheers, friends, and take a little you time this week too 🤗
EL PROCESO. Ayer tenía mis primeras horas de tiempo sola 🙌🏻 desde el accidente hace dos meses. Sofá. Pijama. Música. Ventanas abiertas. Todo el día. 🥳 Pensé en la locura de tener los sensores (mentales) apagados por la primera vez en tanto tiempo. Me di cuenta que era un poquitito parecido a llegar al campamento... uno está tan acostumbrado a los constantes movimientos de la vida que cuando se arma la ⛺️ y se encuentra con horas y horas de silencio adelante, es como ... que hago con tanto tiempo? Pero pronto, con los sonidos del viento, el calor del ☀️, y la frescura del aire, a veces trae pensamientos y otras veces los apaga. Hoy, mis días vuelan con tratamientos, transporte, bañarme, y dormir con agotamiento total. Pero ahora que estoy empezando a acostumbrarme a la rutina, es tiempo para internalizar esta pausa que la vida me dio. Para “procesar” el proceso. ✨ Hay tantas cosas ocurriendo a mi, y alrededor de mi, que necesito sentirlo, pensar en eso, y reflexionar para que pueda crecer de todo esto. Un abrazo amigos!! Toman un poco de tiempo para ustedes esta semana 🤗