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Friday, May 29, 2015

Apology, absence, and staying strong.

I've always been able to shake off negative feedback. In fact, I usually can laugh at it. I recently received some feedback from someone I never thought could be so cruel. The feedback I recieved in turn made me question everything I am as a mom, and a human being. 
  Everytime I tried to post on here I found myself thinking about what was said, and I just broke down crying. This person really got in my head, and fucked with my ability to write at all, or really function. I'm still incredibly irritated about the whole situation, but last night I got a wonderful pep talk from my dear friend J. Writing on here, and knowing you all read it is amazing. Writing has always been my passion, and this one negative human being isn't going to take that from me. Having to follow my own words about ignoring unwarranted advice or in my case a threat about doing or not doing something, was hard. I didn't have a strong backbone like I tell you all to have. Instead I gave in, and did what was told of me. I'm still incredibly mad at myself for not sticking up for me, and following the advice I give many of you. With that being said, I would like to deeply apologize for my extreme absence from raising tater. I am finally feeling like I'm strong enough to come back and keep doing what I love to do. To all of you who reached out asking if I was okay, thank you. The fact that you realized I was gone and worried just proves how incredibly amazing my viewers are! Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.

I will get back to regular posts tomorrow. I want to leave this up so all of you can see it! 

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S is a snarky Mom, with a lot to say. This blog covers every thing from an abundant amount of vomit, to things that are just too sticky. You'll find recipes, laughs, and honesty. With a toddler, a dog, and a really patient husband this Mama can accomplish things.