Do you follow the rules of playdate? If you want to be invited back, make sure you do…
The prayers of a mother to be.
“… I could sit here and pretend that this world I brought you into is peaceful and kind and wonderful and sunshine and daisies. It would make me feel better. It would make me feel less guilty that I am exposing you to a world that is alight with controversy and yet bathed in apathy.
But I can’t do that.”
// In most families, one of the parents makes the decision to cloth diaper, and the other has to be convinced to get on board. For some couples, this is an easy task, and for others, it takes a bit of persuasion. Either way, the bulk of the cloth diapering enthusiasm tends to fall on… Continue reading Cloth Diaper Quiz for Your Significant Other
It’s already begun: posts everywhere about “Top 10 Things To Change in the New Year” and “How to Make 2016 Your Best Year Yet” as if I’ve somehow miserably failed in 2015, as if I wasn’t good enough this year, but next year I will be if I take their advice. I’m tired of… Continue reading New Year: Same You
Whether it’s Christmas break and you’re suddenly having a huge appreciation for your children’s teachers or it’s your gig all year round, staying at home with your kids can be rough. It’s an especially difficult transition for moms used to a fast paced workplace where you leave at the end of the day feeling… Continue reading Staying Home: A Survival Guide
Teacher: a person who educates, protects, and cares for children. Mother: a person who educates, protects, and cares for children. My mother is a special education teacher. My aunt was an administrator. Several of my cousins are teachers. A ton of my friends are teachers. I am a teacher. We are also all parents.… Continue reading I Am Enough