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Taking One for the Team

  I’m sure I’m not the only parent who has gone through this. While this is deeply private and personal, the whole goal of GOODMOMBADWIFE is to keep it real and share in experiences good/bad or ugly. We’ve all heard the expression “Take One For The TEAM” and have used the phrase at some point in our personal or  ...

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Say hello to my little friend!

Sometimes I crack myself up.   I don’t know where I come up with the foolishness that I do, all in the name of parenting.  It seems 2 out of 3 of my sons have/had the same issues.  They are a bit hyper and when they get bored they tend to act up in class, and then there are times when they unconsciously do things like hum or make sounds that I think  ...

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Make changes where you can…

…but accept the things that you have no control over. Very powerful quote from the late great Maya Angelou. I recently read an article about some of her quotes to empower women. I think some of them can be uni-sex like this one. I learned early on that trying to control every aspect of everything was really a waste of time. I was getting all worked up  ...

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Good help is hard to find

As I, dare I say struggle to balance work, life, kids, school, homework, teacher conferences, etc., I realize it’s a really underrated thing being a parent. It really can take a lot out of a person. I only have 3 kids, but sheesh what about the people who have more than that. It’s interesting for me because while I was married and working might I add, I  ...

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Staying Plugged in

Juggling acts aren’t just for the circus. As a professional working mom wearing several hats, it feels like I have  3 jobs, 3 kids, several balls in the air at once and growing.  Its easy to lose sight of  self in the process as well as lose connectivity with the kids.  I have to at minimum work on self daily.  I believe a healthy happy me equals a  ...

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