I’ve noticed a weird trend and I’m not sure if it’s a recent thing or not… But somewhere there seems to be this idea that we are supposed to look back on every memory of parenthood and miss them… we’re supposed to love the tough moments and the hard days because… Continue reading »
I’m not sure what I was expecting when I decided to be at home with the kids more. I knew they needed it and I needed it. In fact, the first month after I quit both jobs confirmed everything I had been thinking and feeling about staying at home.
Let’s call it the honeymoon phase.
Last night I sat and helped my 9 year old sort over 500 Pokemon cards by type. I colored. I played “mama bomb and baby bomb” with my 7 and 2 year old. I would love to say that I always show interest in Pokemon… but I don’t. And it’s been… Continue reading »
Letting go of the picture perfect holiday season and surrendering to the Christmas chaos.
In second grade, my son tested into a Center-Based Gifted program after a recommendation from his teacher. The program was offered by the county and transportation was provided, and it required a lot of shuffling and some sacrifices for our family, but he decided to give it a shot. Third grade at his… Continue reading »
The Supermom moments. I’ve had those. The days where I’ve gotten 5 things done before work, the kids sent off to 2 different schools on time, tackled tasks at work, made great sales at work and established relationships with clients, came home to a gorgeous husband who has cooked dinner… Continue reading »