March 2015

$100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway! Now Until March 26th

Welcome to this fun Amazon $100 Gift Card giveaway. Mommy’s Favorite Things and Mama’s Baby Cupcakes have brought together a group of great blogs (Authentically Bold: Rebecca included) to co-host this prize for one lucky winner.
With Amazon, the possibilities of purchases are endless, but with Spring around the corner, we thought now would be a great time to help one lucky winner with this giveaway to possibly expand their out door fun.
All you need to do is enter the Giveaway Tools on the link below, come back for daily entries, and up your chances to win big!
This giveaway is brought to you by our co-hosts you’ll see below. Mommy’s Favorite Things is responsible for sending Gift Code. Open to US and Canadian Residents, 18+years of age. Void where prohibited.
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Out of the Mouth of Babes – A Surefire Way to Have Body Image Issues

An oldie but a goodie, from May 2012 and “Confessions of a Curvy Girl”Out of the Mouth of Babes, A Curvy Girl Perspective.

How do you deal with the blunt honesty your young child(ren) dole out to you?  With an outwardly smile and a inwardly “STFU or I will kill you” thought process.

My youngest has added these gems over the past couple of years since I posted “Out of the Mouth of Babes”:

“Momma, when will my forehead have those lines like yours?”  Baby, don’t wish for these wrinkles…..ever.

“Momma, I LOOOVVVEEEEE your figgy pudding belly!” (As she squishes her face into it and makes kiss-y sounds).  Love, I am so thrilled you love me unconditionally and recognize my squishy flub as the real estate that housed you, your brother, and your sister for a collective 26 months of pregnancy.  <*Note to self:  do MORE ab exercises!>

“Momma, I love playing your butt bongos!” (Yes, she stands behind me and swats a rhythmic beat out on my rear end.)

Arg.  Kids always tell it to you like it is and you love them unconditionally so.  <After you get over the stabbing pain right through your heart and your incessant mirror peering with 563 different angles to see if you can make said figgy pudding less, er, um, figgy?

What have YOUR kids said to you?

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