Why blog, you ask?   Leave a comment

Hello, world! Thank you so much for checking out my blog.

Why blog, you ask?  Because it’s free therapy.  Get ready for some honesty.

A little about Someone’s Mom… I’ve come to a realization over the past 2 years that has been wonderful, scary, enlightening, entertaining, and crazy…I’m someone’s mom!! OMG. Now, I realize that we have almost 10 months to prepare for this realization while we are carrying our little bundles of joy in our wombs, but I didn’t really realize this until several months into mommyhood. And, sometimes it still hits me like a ton of bricks when I least expect it to. I am responsible for another life. RESPONSIBLE. As in, I am the one my child looks up to…the one he learns from…the one he’ll model his values after. Holy crap! Not only am I responsible for one young innocent life, but now I have 2! I’ve learned so much about myself, life, and everything worth living for in this short journey I’ve had so far. You see, I call it short because my babies are 15 months apart and my oldest baby is 19 months…19 months! In 19 months, I’ve become a mommy of 2…wow. These past 19 months have been a whirlwind, but fortunately I have a husband with a good memory and a great camera.

So, back to this realization of Holy crap! I’m someone’s mom! It’s a bit scary for me because my parents are crazy, nuts in fact. But, as I type this, I do love my parents and have somewhat forgiven them for the pure hell they put me through as a child. I learned all the ways how NOT to parent. I do NOT want to be like my parents. I love them, but there have been many years where I have not liked them…hated them in fact.  But, forgiveness is a virtue that I hope to fully embrace in the future. I will in fact be sharing stories from my childhood.  I can’t afford therapy, but can afford blogging 😉

It’s scary to realize I’m a mom.  I’m so fearful of becoming my parents and that one day my own children may not like me. I NEVER ever want that to happen and I work every single day to ensure it will not. This is truly a journey for me, and I look forward to documenting it and hearing your thoughts and stories.

Anything else you want to know about me can be found in my posts.  I am blogging anonymously, so my posts are as real as they can get.  You will come across bad words and stories that may make you uncomfortable, but they are real and honest and a very important part of my life.

Thank you for reading.  I look forward to hearing from you!

All the best,

Someone’s mom

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Posted February 17, 2011 by Holy crap! I'm someone's mom!

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