Christmas is nearly here! Are you jumping for joy or hiding in dread? We at Mom for the Holidays want to extend our Season’s Greetings! (We can still say Season’s, correct? It’s all inclusive, isn’t it–no season is getting left out!) Today we are featuring mom blogger, Kristi Gilbert of The Robot Mommy! Let’s get to it! (Mommy’s sippy cup optional. A nearly-new mug will do!)
Kristi is a humor blogger and a Facebook veteran (she started her Facebook page in 2011 and has amassed over 14,ooo fans, we are proudly one of them)! And when one of her memes goes viral, that is a good thing!
She created her site because–in Kristi’s own words–her imaginative preschooler has provided amazing fodder. He does stuff and she writes about it. Sometimes she talks about her baby daughter too but she’s much more sensitive. Her hubs is on the fence about it all.
She also writes “I’m sorry” posts on her blog to her house.
Kristi is a member of the Netflix Stream Team. (We don’t know what that is, but we are totally jealous.) Actually, we do know what it is: Kristi is a writer for NETFLIX, she talks about shows and movies–on her site–that she thinks her readers all would enjoy. (Now we are really jealous.)
Natually, she is a Netflix binger (aren’t we all). Her favorite shows are The Back to the Future Trilogy, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, The Italian Job, The Lethal Weapon Series, The Sting, and Turner and Hooch. To see her full list go here (it’s a massive list, which leads us to believe she lives on her couch).
Lastly, Kristi has some of the best parent humor memes on Facebook! (If you are not following her on Facebook, you don’t know what you are missing!) Christmas tree meme:
We hope you enjoyed getting to Kristi Gilbert of The Robot Mommy! Now go take those selfies, write some hand-drawn inspirations, and of course, do some holiday Netflix binging! (Wine optional.)
Lisa Nolan is the editor of several mom lit anthologies including the newly released Mom for the Holidays: Stories of Love, Laughter, and Tantrums at Christmas and Hanukkah.