Our mission here at Wee Rascals is to bring faces of real people who have done amazing things to children's lives, showing them there is more to aspire to than Bat Man or Elsa. People who have come before us, fought hard and broken barriers so we can live in the world we live in today. We feel that children need more than mainstream media allows them and we are breathing this into children’s fashion. But, let us not forget the unsung heroes that work hard day in and day out without one. single. break….moms. Over the next several weeks we will be spotlighting Moms. Because, just having that title makes you a hero! We are so excited to bring your our next mom, Jennifer from Baking Baby Brown. Without further ado....
Blog: Baking Baby Brown
Number of Children and ages: 1.5 - Mykenzi (18 Months) and a nameless little man due in July 2016.
Most embarrassing Mom moment: I was sitting at my doctor’s office waiting to do my ultrasound while my daughter wreaked havoc in the waiting room. I started to get antsy because girlfriend’s crazy was starting to show, so in true Mom fashion I pulled out one of those handy dandy pouches full of applesauce and handed it to my daughter. Feeling on top of the world because I just narrowly missed a meltdown, I slide back into my chair only to look down and see her squirting the pouch all over herself and the doctor’s office floor. All I could think was, “Thank God they have tile!
If money didn’t matter, what is your dream job? Writing. Kind of what I’m doing now, but maybe on a bigger scale. I love to make people laugh and I love reading books with witty humor. I’d love to be someone that contributes that witty humor to the world.
Who is your hero? My husband. He is my constant, my biggest supporter, but isn’t afraid to tell me when I’m being a nut job, which is more often than not. He is my best friend and he makes me a better woman every day. I’m so lucky I get to do life with him.
You Might Have a Toddler If …
Have a baby, they said. It’ll be fun, they said. What they didn’t say, is when that little baby becomes a toddler, you’re in for it Momma. Don’t get me wrong, having a baby is very fun. So is having a toddler, however, toddlerhood is proving to be a parental punch that you didn’t know was coming.
I’m no expert, but I’ve learned a thing or two these last 6 months about toddlers. They have very distinct habits, and while I thought mine was special … I’ve learned that most people encounter a lot of these same toddler moments.
So, if you’re on the fence about whether or not your child has hit toddlerhood, let me help you out. I have created a list of moments that may help you decipher whether or not you’ve landed in the land of parenting a toddler.
You might have a Toddler if …
And finally, if despite all these things, at the end of the day you creepily stare at them sleeping because you don’t know how you’ve created something so spastically wonderful.
You my friend, have yourself a toddler.
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