#UnstoppableMoms Sharing Advice

I wrote this post as part of my participation in a blog tour for The Motherhood on behalf of the makers of Children’s MOTRIN® and received compensation to thank me for taking the time to participate. However, all opinions expressed are my own.

Are you a mom like me – always running around doing a million things? At the end of each day you are wiped out and don’t know how you got it all done. 

How did you do it? I made it through my crazy carpool Tuesday because I made dinner at 10 AM. Yes, I boiled pasta and cauliflower before I even made lunch. I made my family’s favorite Pasta with Cauliflower and stored it in the fridge. After the last afterschool activity, I pulled it out and warmed it up. We all ate a great home-cooked meal and I put my feet up. Yes, this soccer mom is unstoppable!

#Unstoppablemoms make it through each day because of great tips they’ve learned from other smart moms. We are a village and are there to support one another! I’m thrilled to announce my partnership with the makers of Children’s Motrin, in their #UnstoppableMoms campaign. 

The makers of Children’s MOTRIN® are asking Moms to post their tips and tricks to the MOTRIN® Facebook page. Each week Kelly Ripa will share a question video and for every tip moms post, Children’s MOTRIN® will donate $1 to Safe Kids Worldwide, a global nonprofit that provides moms with the tips they need to help keep their children safe.  Moms could even win weekly giveaways of $100 gift cards just for posting.

Wouldn’t it be AWESOME if you won!!!!??? Head over to their Facebook page NOW and enter!! Let me know if you win! 

Let’s be #UnstoppableMoms together and share tips to make it through each day! 



  1. nir 11 September, 2014 at 11:39 Reply

    Daily I find I need to choose the balls I let drop and the ones I catch. More often than not it is based on the one that makes my kids that happiest ever. Sometimes laundry can wait and who needs ironed shirts anyway?

  2. Robin (Masshole Mommy) 11 September, 2014 at 11:53 Reply

    Yup, I make decisions to let things go every single day. Some things CAN wait and in my case, the laundry can wait until I literally have no clean clothes left to wear lol.

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