Yesterday, justice was served for my son. It took two years, but justice was served.
We had no idea when we transitioned to the new daycare that not only would we find all of that but that we would find an extension of our family in the teachers and directors of the early learning center.
Boy did “Annie” ever have it right! [Parenting] is a hard-knock life! (Side note: just to be clear, I mean the “Annie” of 1982 release). It’s only… Read more “Parenting: It’s the hard-knock life”
Today I picked a gummy bear off of the parking lot, brushed it off and gave it to my son to eat. It’s not my proudest moment,… Read more “5-Second Rule”
Daycare knows all of my secrets by now. They’ve seen me in my fancy work clothes and my why-did-she-leave-the-house-like-that clothes. They know when we’ve woken… Read more “Hot Mess Mom”
I don’t have much quiet time, but when I do I am probably reading a few pages of a book or listening to a podcast. My favorite podcast… Read more “My Girl (and Boy)”
The second I walked into my son Jack’s Pre-K classroom and saw the look on his teacher’s face I knew something was wrong. She shook her head… Read more “A Bad Day”
For the most part, I enjoy being a work-outside-of-the-home mom. I am satisfied with my career. It may not be my ultimate dream job but until someone will pay… Read more “Things NOT to Say to a Working Mom”
My sons’ daycare was closed last week. My husband and I spent the week scrambling around trying to juggle the boys, our jobs, and everything else. I… Read more “What Doesn’t Kill You…Makes You Want to Kiss Your Daycare Provider on the Mouth”
To the Parent of the child my son is targeting with biting- All I can say is that I’m sorry. I don’t know why my son is… Read more “An Open Letter”