Post Profile






27 Thoughts Every Mom Can Relate to During a Meltdown, in Tina Fey GIFs

It doesn't matter if you're the best parent in the world or if your child is actually an angel - at some point you are going to endure a brutal public meltdown. Whether you're the experienced mom who has to deal with these embarrassing fits almost every time you leave the house or you're caught off guard the first time your darling tot throws herself to the floor of a store, your mind is flooded with thoughts that you would love to say out loud - but never do.
read more

share

Related Posts


Tina Fey Gives Her Brutally Honest Thoughts About Twitter

Humor : Laughing Squid

Tina Fey gives her brutally honest thoughts about Twitter in this episode of Ask Tina. Make sure to follow @RevGimp and @MSturkeytips! via Viewsource

Tina Fey Lets 7-Year-Old Daughter Appear on '30 Rock' and She's Not the Mom We Thought She Was

Lifestyle / Parenting : The Stir By CafeMom: Big Kid

Post by Suzanne MurrayOh Tina Fey, what have you done? We thought you were one of the "good ones" -- so much smarter and more down to earth than the average actor. You wrote the New York Times Bestseller Bossy Pants (and by all acco...

10 Ways to Diffuse Tantrums Before They Turn Into Major Public Meltdowns

Lifestyle / Parenting : PopSugar: Moms

If you've ever experienced your own child, or even a stranger's kid, having a major public meltdown, you're familiar with that deep uncomfortable feeling in your gut. Instead of cringing in embarrassment for yourself or that other p...

10 Things I've Learned Since Becoming A Parent

Lifestyle / Parenting : Huffington Post: Parents

I can't really remember life B.C. (Before Child), however, in other ways it feels like I only welcomed my son a matter of weeks ago. Time really does fly when you're having fun. To celebrate being a Mum for 2 years, I thought I'd co...

Heartless Salon Owner Allegedly Humiliates Mom Of Autistic Child

Lifestyle / Parenting : Mommyish

I think most parents have experienced their child having a meltdown in public. It can be a humiliating experience that leaves you feeling helpless. and it must be doubly hard when your child is autistic and literally cannot help him...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC