There was anguish in her cries. And frustration. And sheer exhaustion. And yet the next day, there she was again, with breakfast on the table, school lunches packed, and our clothes laid out for school.
Tag: children of divorce
If you are one of the few people that regularly read my posts (Hi Mom!) you may have noticed I haven’t written anything in a while. I’ve started a million times, yet all I could do was come up with was a bunch of complaints. Complaints about the difficulties of co-parenting, the first holiday season
My boys and I have been going through some pretty major changes recently with their dad moving out of the house. I’ve been trying my best to keep things as “normal” as possible for them, whatever that means. I’m starting to question what “normal” is for me so I can’t even imagine how hard it
I can hear you Mom. I know you don’t want me to because you’re talking in your whisper voice or in another room, but I hear you. Even though I’m playing with my trains and you think I’m not listening, I am. I hear you. And I know. I’m five years old now, so I
Divorce. It’s just way too common. My marriage is not perfect (there is no such thing) but on our wedding day, we made a commitment to each other that we would remain a team through good times and bad. I’ve heard the phrase, “Love is blind but marriage is a real eye-opener.” When you live