I turned 36. I suppose that's not a big deal, but it kinda feels like a big deal. I'm a mother to a 4 ½-year-old and an almost 3-year-old. My brain feels, on most days, like it is the consistency of messy diaper droppings, with approximately the same capabilities. I can't tell you how many … Continue reading Put Me Out To Pasture: Musings on Getting Older
So, I have this friend... She is a single mom, and very similar to me mom-wise and just as a person. For those of you who actually know me... that's a little bit scary perhaps. I get it. Anyways, she and I talk... a lot... and as she sojourns the dating world I am often … Continue reading Single Moms Rock
Looming above them, 20-steps, a leviathan in the 4-year old's eyes. "I've got you," I reassured. Hesitating steps up, nervous smile at the top, then the rush. Eyes wild, "Big slide again, Mommy."
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Becoming a mom is truly a magical experience, unrivaled by any other. However, it isn’t all fairytales and princesses. Throughout this journey of motherhood, I have come to find that I just might make one badass super villain, and all from my momming experiences. Here are 5 ways that being a mom likens me to a … Continue reading 5 Ways Being A Mom Makes Me A Bad-Ass Super Villain
It's back to school time- my second of which I will not be returning along with the throng of anxious teachers, eagerly and not so eagerly awaiting what the year will bring. And since I will not be in the trenches with you, I will be here on the sidelines instead, cheering you on, and … Continue reading Teachers: You’re At Bat