Recently my son went through something he asked me not to talk about. Out of respect for him I won’t, but it sparked a conversation with multiple people. Some were saying to get over it and some weren’t. Me being me didn’t agree, but I feel like it’s something important to talk about so let’sContinue reading “Don’t Just Get Over It, Feel Every Bit Of It”
While talking on the phone with a friend the other day I came to a realization. Our conversation was all over the place as they frequently are with mom friends. We talked about various things in our lives and various things about motherhood. Then the realization hit me. We are constantly evolving as mothers. ObviousContinue reading “The Constantly Evolving Mama”
The school year started like any other year with the kids nervous and anxious to make new friends and meet their teachers. I waited patiently as the kids came home so they could tell me all about it. My son being a teeneger waved me off with a meh and my daughter said her teacherContinue reading “Reflecting Back On The School Year As It Comes To An End”
As my kids get older, more of their friends are coming over. Whether that’s for a playdate, to stay the night, birthday parties, etc. It’s nice knowing most of them like to come hang out here. For a while our house was the neighborhood hangout. All the kids were always coming over to see ifContinue reading “My House My Rules”
As far as the quarantine goes, it wasn’t all that bad. I’m pretty much a homebody anyway, so not having to go anywhere was a relief. Sometimes I really, really dread going places. Not a fan of being told I can’t go anywhere though. I’m an adult, I can do what I want, at leastContinue reading “The Best Thing About Quarantine”
Here’s something I never thought I’d do….Count down the days until school’s out for summer. Only 8 days left as of now. Of course that could change. Distance learning isn’t bad once we got the hang of it, but I can’t wait to never do it again.
Over the years the most valuable lessons my children have learned have come from life itself. Lessons learned because life presented us the opportunity to teach them, to implement them. Rarely has any of them been planned lessons. I think that’s the toughest part of parenting – thinking on your feet and teaching lessons asContinue reading “Things We Live By In Our House”
Parents are great. They have the uncanny ability to multitask like a mad man, run on very little sleep, and pretty much do it all all the time. They’re great. Utilizing their superpowers for good, sometimes evil if you count sneaking a snack without the kids noticing evil.