Tag: perspective

Be Close.

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

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This is STILL the Only Thing That Matters

Stress.  Anxiety.  Ugh, freakin anxiety, man.  I’ve been up to my eyeballs with it lately.  The holidays have been doing that to me recently.  The kids get so wound up, so off-schedule, eat too much sugar, don’t get enough sleep.  I don’t need to tell you, you know how it is:  a recipe for disaster.  With a

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How Much I’ve Gained After Two Pregnancies

I have gained A LOT since I’ve been pregnant.   More than I ever thought I would.  If my 21-year-old self saw me now, she wouldn’t recognize me, and I’ll be honest, it’s brought me to tears more than once.  You want to know how much I’ve gained?  I will tell you.   As of today,

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Things That Don’t Suck

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

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