Tag: stress

I’m a zombie.

No, it’s not because I’m still on a Halloween hangover; it’s because someone (read: me) had the brilliant idea to switch their daughter to a big girl bed this week, right in the middle of a crazy-busy time. Because we working moms don’t multitask enough, right? I’ve got a lot on my plate. I’ve taken

Continue reading

Balancing Act

My ability to balance work and family has been seriously put to the test lately. I’m sure you’ve been there, or are possibly feeling the same way now. There are not enough hours in the day to accomplish everything that needs to be done. You’re feeling pulled in ten million directions at once and if one more thing

Continue reading

Ten Important Things To Ask A Mother

Here are ten important things to ask a mother of three…well, really these questions are applicable to ANY mother. But, as a mother to three daughters under the age of five, I sometimes day-dream about the simple ways in which my friends, relatives and colleagues can help me out, give me a boost, or make a part of

Continue reading

Embracing Failure

I’m worried that much of the parenting I’ve observed (and participating in myself) of late has shifted more into protecting our children rather than teaching them. I’d like to push back towards the teaching and growing philosophy of parenting – and help ourselves as adults as well.

Vacation?

When is a vacation not always a vacation? When you bring your three children! Vacationing with young children can be a difficult and daunting task. This weekend my family embarked on our first mini-vaca of the season. This was our first official summer vacation with all three girls. We took a long weekend to Cape

Continue reading