I’m throwing it back to two weeks ago, where I was openly and very obviously judged.
Dear Mom at school who judged me today,
What a nice time we had at the children’s writing workshop. 1,027 more words
As Duncan has grown older, one of my biggest concerns has been that he and I don’t have enough one on one “things” together. When Evangeline was the same age, I took her almost everywhere with me – to the pool, out to lunch, to brunch at a friend’s house – much of this we did with Sam but often we went off on our own adventures. 1,042 more words
I’m dedicating the month of June to talk about natural childbirth on this blog.
(As a clarifier: Natural Childbirth is the process of laboring and birthing a child without the use of synthetic hormones, drugs, or medical interventions.) 754 more words
The twins have this thing they do from time to time that kind of bothers me. Suddenly, out of nowhere, one of them will announce, “I not wanna play with Selah, not Noelle, I just wanna play on my own!” Most of the time, this results in the other twin bursting into tears because “Somebody not playing with me…” It’s a complicated thing for me to navigate. 1,087 more words
With Father’s Day just around the corner, I decided to take a break from all the research on working verses stay-at-home-moms. To be honest, reading all the crap put out by the mainstream media is infuriating and depressing, and I need a break. 388 more words