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Ticking boxes

As Term 1 slowly draws to a close this week for the Easter break, I find myself pondering over the last 10 weeks. My youngest started school this year, and with all the extra time I would have I was going to: 357 more words


An inexpensive, health-conscious Easter basket for a 1-year-old

Easter is such a beautiful holiday for what it truly means, and although the connection to bunny rabbits and plastic eggs is a little blurry, it is such a fun tradition to receive a basket and scavenge for pastel hidden treasure. 510 more words


I Needed My Own Planet

Here I am.  How did I get here?

Fluffy slippers.

Dirty, kid sticky, broken desk.

Headphones plugged into my phone…waiting.  For what?  Unknown.  The latest reminder of how damn single I am on the god forsaken dating apps? 599 more words


We will rock you

When you have new baby, everyone wants a cuddle. While the constant stream of guests provides some much-needed respite from wrangling with a wriggly newborn, not all ‘stand-in’ rockers are created equal. 700 more words


The Things My Mother Told Me: About Motherhood

1. Your body will never look the same…ever.
Then again some people get lucky. I was not one of those people.
2. Labor is like tearing you from the front to the back, up the middle while laying on a bed of nails with salt on each nail…. 177 more words


Happiness is...

…packing up for a special weekend getaway to Springfield, Illinois.

…taking a road trip with loved ones.

…finding a perfect new “bowl” for your goldfish crackers. 213 more words

April Blues

Hello April. This is no April Fools kind of post, rather an  April Blues one.

In April we celebrate Passover, and a few more events. 247 more words