#realpost coming in hot y'all! As I am coming more into myself on this journey of motherhood, I have also realized I need to not lose certain parts of myself. One thing I have always enjoyed about adulting is the use of cuss words. My gosh do I love them! I gave them up when the kiddos arrived, but find myself thinking of saying them constantly. Well the past few weeks have been some of the most stressful to say the least. Read on to find out why!
Have you ever had one of those weeks? Like the kind where so many things are high emotions and all happen the same freaking week. Yeah. That was my week.
So EXCITING NEWS!!! Hubby quit his job and started a new one where he is working 100% from home. YAY!! Except for now he is home. All. The. Time. Yes we are very blessed, but fuck a momma needs her space too.
Then sadly, both our kitties went to live elsewhere. I never thought that they would be gone. I have had them for 10+ years and I always believed we would be their forever home. Forever. Unfortunately, my son has severe allergies. We carry an epi-pen and the allergist informed us that keeping the cats would lead to him having asthma. How is a person supposed to choose their cats over their child? The hardest and longest decision ever made. Guilt and sadness are just the tip of the emotions I have felt over this. Continue to feel over this. My heart has not felt this heartbroken in years.
And lastly, our baby girl started school like her big brother! Same two days a week and much needed for both of us. But seriously world!!??!! More emotions and change. All in the same fucking week??!!?? WTF.
So needless to say, FUCK was said a lot that week. Still being said a lot honestly. Not in front of the kids, nor the grandparents, but this momma is cussing out loud again! Thank Fucking Goodness!
If you feel the need to be yourself again with a small change of vocabulary, do it momma! Fuck it! The world will survive and sometimes you just got let it all out! #realpost
Fuck Yeah! ~Leslie
Hi! I'm Leslie Mines. Momma to 2 littles, corporate chick turned sahm, inspiring positive intentional growth while not letting go of me and being a successful entrepreneur.