Motherhood Heartbreak, How Do I Pick Up The Pieces?

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Image result for disclaimer iconDisclaimer: The topic I will be discussing includes child sexual misconduct and I really don’t want to be responsible for triggering anyone or just making anyone uncomfortable. I apologize in advance for saying anything that might come off the wrong way. No harm is meant by my post.


 

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So I have no idea how to go about talking about the subject I want to discuss or why I feel the need to post about it on public forum but the only reason I can think of is that I really need some advice and I know that all of you(my bloggy friends) have always been there for me. You guys have been there more than my actual physical friends or family but that’s a whole different topic. I just know that I feel comfortable enough-ish to write this post and pray that I get some advice, support and/or feedback. Image result for hard times quotes


As many of you know, I come from a chaotic and quite extensive history of trauma. I have experienced all the traumas that I believe are known to man and if not thank God I was spared from that but this is not a pity post or even a post about me. The reason I point out the literal torture that I have been through as a child is because I feel like I have no idea how to react because I am being faced with my children being hurt as well.Image result for hard times quotes


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The only thing I thought I ever was possible of doing right was protecting them from having the same experiences that I had as a child. I want them to have understanding, innocence, fun, and discipline that includes a hug and a loving conversation when all is said and done. As I sit here staring at this computer screen, I never thought it was possible that my children would get hurt at all. I am not going to go into too many details or make this post drawn out, I am simply just in shock, I believe. 


The other day my intuition kept telling me to asks my kids this crazy question. I kept pushing it away and thought maybe I was just being crazy. My kids have a friend that is a little bit older than them. I have known him most of his life and he has been around my kids more times than I can count. He is 11 and autistic and my kids are 10, 7, and 2. Well after them hanging out again for the summer, I couldn’t help but ask my kids if something happened that made them feel uncomfortable and if they were violated in any way. So that brings me to now, I am sitting here beating myself up for not following my intuition way sooner because my kids were sexually violated. I am thankful to God that they weren’t raped and it doesn’t make things any better really because in the end I am faced with the fact that I didn’t listen to this small niggling feeling that’s happened, my babies that I love with my whole heart were taken advantage of and I also don’t know how to feel because this other child is practically family and is obviously sick himself. Did someone teach him this? Could he understand what he was doing? My children act like they don’t realize the magnitude of what happened but should I still get them in therapy even if one of them says they don’t want to? game_comp_title.gifHow could I miss all of this and why did I think because I was facing financial hardships and eviction that that was actually rock bottom?

 

84f9c111fca8b31e19086c42effa4f40--cute-emo-girls-sad-girl-drawing1938030977.jpgI still have scheduled a family session for my whole family. I am giving my kids lots of love and understanding. I have notified the child’s parents and said they can’t see each other until further notice. I have still tried to remain positive and warm Dani and will continue to do so but I feel like maybe I am doing all of this wrong? I even wondered about getting police involved with the situation. I am just lost. All I know is that even if I think the most random thought comes in my mind and sounds outrageous I am going to act on it. I am going to try my best to keep going and keep my head high even though I never have felt so much heartache. I’m sorry about this post and I hate that it is so raw and so gloomy but I know sometimes in life we all face gloom and doom. I just needed to write this out even if I decide to take it down later because I feel that writing it out actually makes it more real because I have become to the point that the stress has turned me numb. I am sorry if that seems selfish of me but all I want is to be able to feel and stop flashing back to my own childhood so I can know for sure that I am taking all the right steps and that all the directions I am headed things will be okay. 


Thank you so much to everyone who has listened and supported me on here. Your friendship means the world to me. As I am in so much emotional pain, I will still be the ever so bouncy Dani because one thing I know for sure is that I will fucking fake it until I make it and I am determined not to lose myself over my struggles. I am a badass, open-minded, ultra caring mother and friend and will freakin continue!

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My Kids and I, Makeup and Photos

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As promised to my children, I am posting a blog of us doing each other’s make up and just finished doing a photoshoot. Please excuse any scariness on my behalf and also my son has ADHD so can’t sit still. We were expressing our creativity today so we look a bit drag and my son well he might have altered his skin color but that’s okay, we had fun and I encourage them to be whatever they want to be! I hope everyone has a good day!

*Funny Things Written by Kids😂~*

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Hello beautiful people!!! Today I wanted to share these hilarious things written by kids! I hope that these pics will lighten your mood! Stay awesome everyone! You rock!❤😎

My 6 year old’s theory of where babies come from!

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I know I write mostly book reviews but I like throwing random ramblings in my blog as well. So, I need advice from other parents or anyone who can offer advice or have a reccomendation on my situation. So my middle child is 6 years old and his name is Gabriel. Gabe is my energetic, adhd, silly and rambuctuous child. Oh but most of all he has a great imagination. So his little brother is a year and a half and when he was younger he explained to me that “babies are made and mixed together with all the mama’s poop and after awhile and after shes thrown up enough and her belly is about to explode she poops out the baby, like massive bowel movement experience. So I try to hold myself together and not piss myself from laughter and try to tell him that’s not the case and didn’t really offer any more details or further information. I figured why not think we poop babies out sounds reasonable to me. The problem though comes that in class today they were taking turns talking about their families and my son decides to share this theory with his class. When other kids are talking about how there parents work as secretaries or construction workers or what not, my son is explaining “my mom got so large because she had all this backed up poop and it made a baby in her belly and she had to strain really hard and poop him out and make sure not to flush the toliet”. That is actually a less animated version of his speech. Now on the brightside when I recieved the phone call explaining my son’s behavior the teachers said he had a great imagination and good word usage. So what I want to know is, what do you tell your children or loved ones in this situation? My daughter is 9 and we never had this issue but my son is quite different. Does anyone reccomend a book or something for this. I figured the Everbody poops book wasn’t suitable but at the same time I admire his imagination. Please leave me your thoughts or your experiences! Hope everyone has a great Friday! I am new on here so would appreciate sharing the love with me.

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