I used to be a Martyrmom. Veiled as camaraderie, women perpetuate the idea everyday that it is funny to survive only on coffee and wine. Never mind the fact that it normalizes addiction as a method for surviving motherhood, can we examine that women only feel comfortable joking about their self-sacrifice rather than bringing awareness Read More
First, let’s remember that for over twenty years, I made a profession out of telling other people’s children what to do, so I have very few reservations when being assertive with my own children. In an attempt to make our house a place where people can feel (and express) their feelings and also a place Read More
New moons are for wishes. Full moons are for goodbyes. The full moon loves best to take worries we no longer want to hold in our heads or our hearts. Whisper your worry into your hands and toss it up to the moon, saying, “Goodbye little worry.” The moon will pull the worry right up Read More
First time in the car together in over a month, heading to a Birthday Parade for a sweet, sweet ten year old. Sunshine on our heads, love in our hearts. Feeling grateful for love and family coming together in isolation.
A plea for help from a desperate mama. Here are my tips: 1. Keep the babe in a bare bum all day (tips on keeping legs warm in my video, plus, I love @babylegs_ ) 2. Put a small potty on the floor in their play area (we used @babybjorn) 3. Recognize the intrinsic reward Read More
Taking a break from the socials to write version five of my manuscript and soak up the lessons I learn from these loves. See you in March. 😘
Common household item that intelligent people should understand, yet for which I’ve had no appreciation or use: throw blankets. That is, until a couple months ago. I think I get it now.
Three human boy children, a messy dog, and a cat who often brings us gifts🥴 …and our house is almost always tidy. A few rules: 1. Everything has a place. 2. We show we care about our things by putting them in their place. If the boys leave their stuff out I remind, I remind Read More
I always thought I would have zero nervousness talking to my kids about sex. But, by the time my oldest were three and five, I felt the awkwardness kick in and I knew I needed to start the conversation ASAP. I wanted to start them off with information that would lead them to a healthy, Read More
We had love. We had love like people have an antique vase, up high on a shelf. Or like a couple would check their apartment for appliances before making a wedding registry. Yes, we have that already. Check. But somewhere along the road I had decided I wanted more. I wanted to feel love. I Read More