From managing social lives, to scheduling family time to monitoring screen time… here’s what we do!
As a blogger, one of my favourite things to do is sip on my morning coffee and scroll through the latest blog posts from my favourite Blogging Websites.Facebook, being the creepily perceptive beast that it is, has tuned into this favourite pastime of mine, and tailored my newsfeed accordingly.However, as I scroll through my newsfeed, sipping on my java, I notice a very clear pattern in the parenting blogging world.
As I am sure you’ve noticed, social media, bloggers and parenting experts have done a phenomenal (and I use that term loosely) job at categorizing the different types of parents.
“What if life isn’t happening TO you. What if life is happening FOR you” This quote didn’t resonate with me, UNTIL it did! And then, everything changed!
When I look back on those early stepmoms days and think about the situations that caused me the most stress and anxiety, the hockey arena takes the cake!!
101 tips, strategies and mindset shifts for stepmoms who want to live a KICK-ASS Life.
How to make sure your stepkids bring their stuff back from their moms - stress free!
Should a stepmom attend parent-teacher conference? What about meet the teacher night?
When I think of our first year of marriage, I don’t think of it as our “honeymoon stage” I think of it as our “adjustment stage”
Feel insecure about being the second wife? Wish you experienced those “firsts” with your husband. You NEED to read this!
Want a good relationship with your husband’s ex-wife, but she hates your guts? Here’s what I think you should do!
I hate to be the one to break this to you, I really really do…
I refuse to allow my daughter to live her life according to a week-on-week-off access schedule. It's just not going to happen.
Your comment was a wonderful reminder of why I have chosen to be so open about life as a stepmom in the first place.
I wish I could go back and walk down that isle as the woman I am today. The woman who knows that being his second doesn't mean that our firsts are any less important.
With summer holidays comes changes in routine and changes in schedules and for blended families co-parenting, this can sometimes cause some extra complications.
I can picture the outraged looks on your faces as you read the title of the post, but just hear me out!
You asked, so I answered: All things discipline, appointments, first right of refusal.
11 things I wish I knew when I first became a stepmom…
Your Mother's Day celebration (or lack there of) does NOT define the level of love and appreciation that your stepchildren have for you. It just doesn't
We overthink, we overanalyze and sometimes loose sight of what it's really about.
Do these 7 things to set yourself up for a success "week-on" with your stepkids (and I'm not just talking about chores and groceries)
I try not to dwell, or beat myself up but from time to time, this step-parenting fail leaves me with a pit in my stomach.
Here's what you need to consider before you start!
We're always concerned with the stepkids feeling left out, but sometimes it's the "ours baby" that gets the short end of the stick.
10 real life lessons that I’ve learned from being a stepmom, because you know what they say. When you know better, you do better!
One thing that step-parenting & "real"parenting have in common is that every family has a different dynamic & no parent REALLY knows what they're doing - we're all just figuring it out as we go!
You Q'ed so I A'ed. Here are my answers to the questions you sent me about our Blended Family Christmas.
Sometimes I say things that "stepmoms aren't supposed to say", stir the pot and make people think...
When I first started this blog I knew I was walking a fine line. I wanted to open up the conversation while still respecting all the people in my life.Just like in our blended family life, boundaries are key.