My SITS day! I used to see this button all over the place and think it was some secret society that I had to be invited to join. Instead, it’s a very welcoming and supportive group of ladies!
I would have cleaned up for you, but I hate housework. Besides, I have three boys ages 5 and under- they just tear through and mess things up anyway, so why bother? No, we’re not going to keep trying for a girl. Three kids is a good size for our family, regardless of gender.
Step over any messes you see and c’mon in. I’m Shell, a former teacher turned stay-at-home mom who is a beach girl at heart. Thanks for stopping by to visit Things I Can’t Say.
If this is the Things I Can’t Say, is this blog just blank? you might be wondering.
It’s more The Things I Can’t Say outloud.
The Things I Can’t Say to someone I just met at a playdate for my boys.
The Things I Can’t Say or it would mortify mil and my mom. And possibly Hubs. And maybe my friends.
But, it’s all got to come out somehow- and that’s what this blog is for.
I started blogging as a way to keep track of all my boys’ milestones and cute stories. But, as soon as I told one funny little story that involved my boys’ fascination with a certain body part and how they thought it resembled a magic growing beanstalk, that was enough for my family. And I realized that maybe I had more to say than just the cute little stories. So, I started this blog- anonymously.
I like not having to censor myself. You always get my honest opinions on parenting, marriage, friendship, and whatever else happens to pop into my head. The good, the bad, the ugly- but it’s always genuine me.
So, to show you around a little bit- other than checking out my favs, where you will find mama anger, a post about who I used to be, a challenge about sex, and a really embarrassing/hilarious video of Hubs and Bil dancing:
I have a tendency to struggle as I try to make mom friends. If you want to know what a “motherbitch” is and how to avoid being one, you can check out this post.
Hubs and I have been married for seven years now, but I have to tell you that I think romance is overrated.
Though I do have a romantic side and fully believe that people come into our lives for a reason, even if it’s just for a day. This post is part of the meme I started about two months ago: Pour Your Heart Out, which you can participate in on Wednesdays- anything that you consider pouring your heart out. It gives you an excuse to talk about anything that is weighing on you or an issue that is important to you.
And, in case you are wondering what life is like in a house with all boys, you can read about brotherly “love” here.
Thanks so much for stopping by to visit my blog!