Fixated Passion

Gripes of the New Age Mother | March 4, 2010

So….I’m about to go my first rant on this blog. If you cant understand OH the-hell WELL!(My sisters are used to it by now.)

I’m here sitting at work, just about fed UP with all this nonsense. I think the hardest thing about being a parent is having to deal with the other parent…It kills me to no end that the parent who has to do EVERYTHING under the sun, from nurse to private investigator to disciplinarian with no complaints, why is it the MFer that doesn’t do anything always has something to say? Or not enough to say?

I love my job. I feel being a mother is an accomplishment that is always underappreciated. My son is my constant inspiration and motivation. He depends on Mama, as he affectionately calls me, to provide, nurture and support him. I do so with no objections. My dilemma is…how could the other party responsible for that not feel the same?As you watch them grow, you realize how much personality and potential they have. I would never EVER be able to walk away from my son. I dont know how others can!

Whatever happened to families? Food for though…



  1. Very good question and even as an adult, I wonder the same things. I was talking to my brother last night and he was just so disappointed with our dad, like he sounded so sad because we didn’t grow up with the affection that a dad should give his kids. But they don’t know, they are the ones missing out. When we make something of ourselves, they want to come around and act like they’ve been there the whole time. Don’t worry sis, you be the best momma you can be, my nephew will know who was there for him and who wasn’t!

    Comment by thestrange0ne — March 4, 2010 @ 1:51 pm

  2. tell me about it Peach, just tell me about it and you RANT all you want. Families stopped existing when men stopped taking responsibility. No one cares anymore and that’s just not good enough. Although we can’t walk away from our babies we do know people who can and DID and STILL are….

    I’m trying to keep my composure b/c its only fair for my offspring but if I would just go crazy one day and get it all off my chest. i would.


    Comment by ~QS~ — March 4, 2010 @ 7:40 pm

  3. giiiiirrrrrllll! i stay at it with my sons dad. obviously we never want it to be any other way but perfect but it seems to never happen like that. if he would just appreciate the things i did for him & the things i do for our son every single day things would be a lot better. oh well tho. good post. rant all u want. its your world girl. : )

    Comment by Khris — March 5, 2010 @ 2:17 am

    • Khrisssss bayyybeeee! Yes, I see how you talk about your son and I love it! When he gets older he’ll understand everything and see who’s there for him and trust me he’ll return it 100% as an adult! I know him loves his momma!

      Comment by thestrange0ne — March 7, 2010 @ 11:51 am

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