Time flies no matter who you are, or what you’re doing, but you’ll never feel more hopeless about it than that moment you take to sit back, breathe, and think about how much your child has grown, right before your eyes.
My husband has mentioned that he thinks it is quite sad that my people’s culture will appear to be vastly lost in a single generation, and to some degree this is true.
We will have to do as they did back in my day, before the age of the internet and social media: have family photo albums.
…for our generation, millennials who are marrying later, having children later, and exploring the world longer, this has become more of a challenging transition than what should maybe be a natural one.
…while money can’t buy you happiness, it sure makes it a little easier to find.
…we are entering a new phase in our lives where we are no longer just kids, or young people, or even young adults.
The greatest compromise to achieve happiness in our household was to simplify: relationships, routines, feeding, etc.
I think the biggest problem that most people have with Millennials though, is that we speak.
There is no benefit to posting relationship grievances on your social media accounts
It was not because of patriarchal reasoning that I became a stay at home mom, though at times it feels like it is widely accepted or condemned because of it.
Becoming a parent to an infant has meant also becoming something of a boring hermit person, whose biggest adventures now consist of just leaving more than one block from our house.
…with the advent of social media, the beautiful women that set our expectations are not just models and movie stars anymore: they’re our friends, family, and neighbors.