The Things They Teach Us

Tweet If anyone told you that one day you would endure hours of physical pain, mindless work and emotional struggle all with little hope of continuous sleep, you would think they were talking about imprisonment or self-torture. But many of choose this life when we become mothers. And surprisingly, we want to do it again,…

Effortless Teepee Part I

Tweet This is not a potty training post. But as a mom of two trying to manage potty training with no sleep, I can understand how it could easily read as that. This is a post on how I’ve been working on transforming my toddler’s nursery into a big boy’s room with nil time and…

Running On Empty

Tweet I grieved. I was afraid. But the most difficult part of all of this was that I was the one who created it. I was not talking about some writing project. I was talking about a new baby. My first child sobered me into any fantasies I had about having kids. I tasted pain, heartbreak…

The Toddler Craft Project That Keeps On Giving

Tweet When you’ve got a spirited tot, planning a project that has multiple uses is ideal. This is important to tuck away for: a) rainy days b) cancelled playdates c) when you’re too tired to do anything. Thankfully, one of those days when all of the above was happening, I saw a potted plant nearby…

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