By Vicky Willenberg. I have made a conscious effort to keep you ladies in mind as I've raised my boys.
it will be a long time (if ever) until I find another family like the Bravermans, and another TV show like Parenthood.
My grandma was a mere 59-years-old when my grandpa unexpectedly died of a brain aneurysm. He had a clean bill of health on a Monday; dead on a Tuesday. She wrote her “Rules for Happiness” in 1978. To herself. She never shared them.
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ESFJ: Cookie Mom: She was the first to bring you a meal when your new baby was born, and has been at your door with baked goods for every difficult life event since. She keeps extra treats in her purse at all times.
“I still remember everything you taught me. Thank you.”
My daughter, listen to what I am telling you for it will spare you much pain: As you go through life, in all of your days, with everyone you meet, do not make assumptions.
I’ve been hearing this super catchy song on the radio a lot lately, it’s by Meghan Trainor and she is basically talking to her future husband and telling him all of the things he should do to keep her happy.
I would certainly prefer a life without limitations, but living with chronic illness has taught us all some important lessons about living a simple, slower, more joyful life.
Can someone please invent at least one of these for me? Pretty please? I guarantee that MANY, MANY other moms will thank you. And so will I!