Let me tell you, being a foster parent, you get a lot of interesting questions and comments. Of course there are always the crazies that ask the most inappropriate things in front of the kids (why yes, they do speak English and can HEAR YOU RIGHT NOW), but most of the time I welcome the
Author: Elise Schreier
Picking my battles doesn’t mean my kids are spoiled or that I’m a pushover.
There is a mom-of-3 theme going on here today! One of the things I love most about having a bigger family is the way I get to nurture distinct relationships with each of my children. The three of them are so alike in many ways – they are fun, happy, and always up for an adventure
So last week I shared with you part of the story of how my family came to be. It’s a great story that I’m really proud to “own”. But there is a big piece of that story that I haven’t yet shared with you. The piece of the story that goes like this: It was so
Its been a while since we’ve had a contribution to the ‘Day in the Life’ series so I decided to give it a go! 6:30 – My wife’s alarm goes off. Actually, it probably went off a while ago but I finally hear it after a few snoozes. She heads off to the shower while
Alternative title: Never lose hope. As the new gal on the block, I figured I’d give a little intro post before I delved into pressing topics such as how my children love to embarrass me on the regular and why pinterest was created simply to make me feel like a terrible, underachieving mother (amiright??). So the basics