Appreciate the little things. Time flies. Know what’s really important. Keep things in perspective. Be present. I read blog post after blog post on these topics and every time I smile and nod in agreement. “Yes! Such an important message!” Then I turn my head away from my kids and go back to scrolling… Read More How I Learned to “Be Present”
This past weekend I was determined to potty train my son. We have tried unsuccessfully many times but this time I was resolute: No more diapers. I made sure we didn’t have any plans and didn’t have to leave the house for any reason. This was necessary in order to allow him to run around… Read More Things That Don’t Suck
My older son is five, and is starting to become really interested in what things say if he can’t figure it out on his own. He recognizes some words he sees frequently, and some sight words from school. Recently, when we stopped at a familiar stop sign in our neighborhood, he said “Hey! What are those… Read More Appreciating the Present
Happy Mother’s Day to all you mommas (and hey, if you’re a momma-to-be we count you too!). Take some time to enjoy yourself today. My post today is a special treat for the CTWorkingMoms.com bloggers. Below, I’ve listed 3 things I value about each of them and in some cases, was able to get their husbands to… Read More Happy Mother’s Day!