Hello. My name isn't really Supermom, it's Michelle. I don't even think I would answer to Supermom. I do answer to Mommy, Mom and the sound of crying. That includes when someone is crying Mommy.
I started blogging online for 7 years now. Before that it was the old fashioned way. Paper and pen. I try to be humorous. I try to be cool. My grammar sucks. I tell it like it is! I try not to cuss but sometimes a dammit or shit will sneak out into text. Forgive me. I learned how to slash through my words so they wouldn't stick out so much.
I founded The Adventures of Supermom.com to write about having four kids and how busy life can get. I often refer to myself as June Cleaver with leopard print heels and pearls.
Before telling everyone my business on an online blog I managed a drug store. Nothing glamorous I assure you. I gladly traded that job in for my current one.
*CEO ~this is what I call myself. CEO of my family and I will even write that in Job Description when I fill out paper work or get asked my occupation.~
*Police Officer ~Did you take the toy from your sister?? Were you just in the kitchen?? Show me your hands??~
*Maintenance Manager of the house
*Taxi Driver of “Mom’s Jag”
*Computer Geek ~so I can blog about crazy things I think about early in the morning or Google, “strange smells coming from shower drain” for my janitor position.~
I write about the day to day life of a family of six. I also refer to my children in code. My 17 year old daughter is known as H or hormonal teen. My 13 year old son is known as B2. My 6 year old goes by Lil O. Then the 3 year old goes by Baby M. I call my husband Superdad.
I talk about having a hormonal teenage daughter who likes to wear pants that take her five minutes to get into. My son even gets blogged about. Once he wiped a booger on the wall and it was brought up during my LIVE TV interview. I blog about the trials of potty training, taking the beloved pacifier away and how exciting temper tantrums can be. I have a passion for the family bed, breastfeeding and wearing your baby. I tell you all about it when I share my love for Baby M.
I believe in eating organic. I blog about making my menu and homemade cooking. Sharing tips on how to save money while buying organic.
My family enjoys hitting the tailgate market to buy local fruit and produce. We are also a “compacting” family. Recycle, reuse and renew. I think teaching your kids these values will make the world a better place.
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