Sunday, May 20, 2012


Okay everyone, I am moving the blog over the Wordpress (don't even get me's going to have to be a blog post because I can't even believe how janky Wordpress is...but that's another story...). I haven't totally finished but go check it out and let me know what you think!

- Mrs. Rollins


  1. Thanks for a marvelous posting! I definitely enjoyed reading it, you may be a great author.I will be sure to bookmark your blog and may come back down the road.

  2. Just reading around for the first time and I feel like we're on the same page. Wife, mom, has cats, can't tolerate dairy, high anxiety... just reading the last two posts and I'm like, yup - I totally hear that. So, I wanted to share. I always felt more or less in control of myself, except when I was trying to get pregnant/pregnant/postpartum. I couldn't figure it out until I went off the pill and got a Mirena, which I love because it's one less thing to worry about. Then whoa - can't focus, cranky, lots of anxiety, can't get it together. All, coincidentally when I've had low levels of estrogen in my system. I happened to trip over the article on ADDitute, while researching for my daughter, that said women going through menopause noticed their meds stopped working. So I figured, I would try an over the counter menopause estrogen supplement before going back on the pill and voila. It's not as good as the meds, we all took our daughter's Metadate before she went on it, but it's not bad. I also run, which is a big help too. Since you're off insurance, it's totally worth a try. I get it from GNC. Hope it helps!

  3. Very interesting! Sorry for the delay in responding to this comment. Since I switched over to I just haven't been checking back here as much, so thank you for posting. I definitely notice that at different points in the month, the meds are more and less useful. It can be very frustrating at times. I wonder how well tinkering with hormones might work for me, only because in the past, when I've tinkered with my hormones, the results have been horrendous (hormonal birth control and I don't get along at all...none of them...). At different times in ones life through, the body can respond differently. I'll file this in my mental cabinet of trivia for later usage :)