The kitchen is not my friend. I try (not often), but any time I attempt a new recipe, anxiety over screwing it up or poisoning my family becomes overwhelming and I opt for take-out. So when I was told that, as part of the Lactaid campaign in which I am participating, I would have to use Lactaid ... » Learn More about I Cooked. And No One Died!
These posts are samples of my sponsored writings; I was compensated for them, yet all opinions and poor attempts at jokes are my own.
When I was pregnant with my son, I envisioned a little olive-skinned babe with deep, dark eyes and wispy brown hair. A mini of my husband, if you will. And because genetics claim the grandfathers' genes are predominate, and because both biological Pap-Paps boast those physical attributes, it just ... » Learn More about My Son: The Whitest White Kid in the World
You know how kids can suck the life, gravity, and money right out of us? There's help: a boob job. Wait. Wrong post. Let's start over. There's help: Music Magpie. Allow me to explain. ... » Learn More about Music Magpie: Show Me the Money!
Truth: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Rite Aid Tugaboos diapers. More truth: If I didn't like these diapers, I would not have written about them. Listen, I am a diaper snob. It's true. When I had my son in 2009, I firmly believed that cash-money beget dry bottoms; only the ... » Learn More about Great Diapers at a Great Price AND a Vera Bradley Giveaway!
Remember how I was super annoying begging for votes so I would win the Scary Mommy contest? Well, it paid off because, friends, WE WON! Jill Smokler is officially coming to the Steel City (Pittsburgh, duh) on Saturday, June 29th. She's holding a public meet and greet/book signing at The Sheraton in ... » Learn More about I Got People. And Free Stuff.