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A few weeks ago I went to a play date at another mom’s home. Let’s call her Fancy Friend. She’s a lovely mom, and we’d had quite a few play dates before our trip to her house: a few at … Continue reading
The other day I was wandering around Pinterest, and I saw something that caught my eye. It was titled something like “15 things you should teach your daughter before she turns 18.” I don’t know why (it’s not like I … Continue reading
I’ve been struggling lately with a big issue. Since shortly after Miss was born, I have worked as a forensic psychological consultant. I have considered myself to be incredibly lucky to have secured this position. Basically, I’m a small business … Continue reading
If you aren’t or have never been a stay-at-home mom (or dad), you might wonder what someone does who stays home with her kids all day. I know I did before becoming a full-time mom myself. I didn’t wonder about … Continue reading
Baby Sis arrived yesterday, beautiful and perfect, after a labor that started out very ho-hum and ended up with a crazy fast finish. I had agreed to be induced yesterday morning, fully believing that she would arrive before then. Of … Continue reading
So, yesterday I mentioned that I was hoping for more messy outdoor time for my girls today. They are such agreeable and thoughtful girls. They found the one little remaining spot of standing water/mud, and they really delivered. They jumped … Continue reading
Being pregnant is really an awesome experience. There’s no real way to explain how cool it is when you feel a little baby kicking in your belly and then get to see pictures of her like this: Awesome is really … Continue reading
Yes, I did. When Miss first started school I typed this post, which I stupidly titled, “Bring on the Ickies” (why would I ever type such a statement?). At the time I was grossed out because I thought she had … Continue reading
I often think about how to teach my daughters to be assertive. In our culture, girls and women are often given the message that they should always be agreeable and nice rather than speaking their mind. I want to raise daughters … Continue reading