extra0rdinarilym3:

igooutwithabang:

when I commit to a person, I FUCKING COMMIT. if their depression, anxiety or life comes knocking, you bet your ass i’m at the door with a double sided axe waiting for a good fight. 

you cant expect people, to always be happy, even if they are in love. because life doesn’t stop for anyone. But you can be there for the good fight. 

my god why can’t everyone be like this


bishopmyles:

lmfaoooooooooooooo

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cowbellguy:

Hand jobs and blow jobs are called jobs because they’re tedious and dicks are gross. Going down on a girl is called eating out because it’s a privilege.

Anonymous asked:
You do realize babies cry because they need you, right? Cry it out either makes them realize that mommy isn't coming to help them or they exhaust themselves. It's abusive to ignore your INFANT

teeteringtoddlerhood:

travelfarlittleone:

I attend to my child every day when he cries but how do you suppose a baby is going to learn it’s bedtime if you constantly come to their aid? If he’s fed, diaper is changed, and it’s bedtime I believe and my pediatrician believes it’s absolutely fine to let him cry it out.

He ended up crying for 30 minute and hung out in his crib on his own. Then he fell asleep. I’m confident that I’m raising an independent baby that knows I’ll be there when he needs him.

There are so many healthier and safer alternatives to the cry it out method! :) it’s completely normal for babies to wake through the night well into toddlerhood. Our pediatrician said CIO can have many long term negative effects, emotionally and mentally. We’ve never used the CIO method on my son, and he falls asleep on his own for nap and bed time! :)

http://m.psychologytoday.com/blog/moral-landscapes/201112/dangers-crying-it-out

That’s a great link De! I Co sleep. And I’ve never allowed crying it out for any reason. Especially sleeping. And Mason knows when it’s Naptime and bedtime. With no problems :)