Talking to my kids about sex is one thing that has been far easier in reality than I anticipated it would be before becoming a mom (thank… Read more “Do’s and Don’ts of The Sex Talk”
Motherhood has always challenged me to be the best version of myself and this has never been truer than in the tween/teen years. Sometimes I am just so tired.
April is Limb Difference Awareness Month. It’s been 10 months since we found out our baby was going to be born without most of her fingers on… Read more “April is Limb Difference Awareness Month”
We should not have to defend ourselves to each other. We are free (and encouraged!) to make our own decisions, to be inadequately, incorrectly, or even overly informed.
“It takes a village.”
“The days are long, but the years are short.”
“He’ll grow out of it.”
“Life will never be the same.”
“Enjoy the little things. One day you’ll realize they were the big things.”
“Boys will be boys.”
As a special needs parent I’ve come to realize a great many things about people (that includes friends, family, neighbors, and those I don’t know well) and… Read more “Sorry, I’m not sorry”
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”
A few days ago, my six-year-old son was rifling through my closet in an effort to further procrastinate putting on his clothes and getting ready for school. He… Read more “Looking Back on Six Years of Parenting Choices”
Okay, seriously. If I scroll across one more parenting article on Facebook telling me what I am or am not doing right, I might scream. Am I… Read more “TMI”
Parenting is truly, and sometimes unfortunately, a “learn as you go” adventure. You can read all of the parenting books out there and still not be fully… Read more “5 Tips for Surviving Parenthood”