When we were a family of four with two rough and tumble boys who had no interest in formal dance training, I didn’t even allow myself to dream about tutus and tap shoes. However, once I found out Baby number 3 was a she? The floodgates of my mind opened to a whole new world. Couple that with
Kids have a way of pushing us out of our comfort zones. I found this to be especially true this weekend while on my first visit to an amusement park with my daughter Zoey. Amusement parks generally aren’t my thing, but summer is halfway over and I felt like we were running short on fun.
The world has been very loud lately. I cringe when I look through my Facebook newsfeed. I skip through news channels quickly trying to avoid any haunting and scary images. I excuse myself from heated conversations and debates about politics, immigration, and war. I lie awake at night afraid. The recent terror attack in Paris,
My defining moment as a mom doesn’t have much to do with my daughter. Of course, she is peripherally involved in the story, but actually, if someone had taken a picture of this moment, it would be of me with big fat tears rolling down my face and a giant bag of M&Ms. Let’s back
Everyone loves some good confessions, right? Interestingly CTWM’s Confess It page is our most popular page (and boy, is it stocked with goodies). It was even recently featured over at HLN! Every now and again the CTWM bloggers love to do a blog series where we all write about the same topic. I’m kicking off a