Things Kids Say Thursday — “That’s What Anxious Mom Said”


Happy Tuesday!

As we all know, tomorrow is our next entry into our “Finding Who We Are” project. If you’re new to this idea, FWWA is our newest project and opportunity for you to share your story with the Confessions’ Community. Everyone has a unique perspective on life that has derived from their own unique experiences. Our hope and goal is to use your stories and share hope to those who need it and raise awareness for Mental Health.

So far we’ve had 3 entries and tomorrow marks our one month anniversary! *cue confetti* It’s been an amazing few weeks being able to work with the contributors and to share their stories.

This week’s contributor is E from That’s What Anxious Mom Said. She blogs about her struggles with mental illness and her kids! I’ve been great friends with her for over a year now and am incredibly thankful for her and the support she’s been. Take a look at one of her most recent blogs before you join us tomorrow!

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That's What Anxious Mom Said

Little Man’s hair has been getting shaggy again, and he’s resisted getting a trim for the last few months. I hadn’t gotten one in several months, either (although this was more of a not making time than not wanting one), so I made appointments for us to go in yesterday.

“How short do you want to go?” I asked LM before we went into the shop. His hair was nearly in his eyes when he didn’t sweep it to the side and was covering his ears. He had mentioned wanting to grow it out long again, but that went out the window when I used the blow dryer on his hair last week.

LM shrugged. “I dunno. I just know that I don’t want it covering my ears anymore. I’m getting tired of not being able to hear anyone.”

I frowned. “I’m pretty sure that your hair isn’t causing hearing…

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