Time is so weird. It seems like I only just wrote my last article for Hevria and then last night I was hanging out with some friends and a reminder that my new post was due popped up. How did two weeks go by so quickly? Well, we all know that they do. And we… Continue reading Is Age Really Just a Number?
Just the other day I had one of those blissed-out mommy moments. The kind where I was enjoying motherhood so much it was euphoric. My baby was happily babbling, telling me all about the train he was playing with, helping me open the blinds, cheerfully toddling about the apartment, wide grin on his adorable face.… Continue reading The Truth About Motherhood
It occurred to me recently that the Nature v. Nurture question is not exclusive to children. It can also apply to parenting. My boys are very different. It’s been apparent since early on. Where my oldest has always been quite stoic, my second son has a quick smile for (nearly) everyone. My oldest despised bathtime… Continue reading Nature v. Nuture, in parents?
So I added this poll back in November, and it just kind of quietly hung out on the sidebar, waiting to be noticed. Here are the results of that noticing: Running things past mom (or dad, maybe) is a clear winner in this case. I think it’s kind of nice that there is still the… Continue reading What’s your take: Who’s your go-to person for your parenting questions
Back in the day, when I was a single girl, I was able to fantasize about what my life would be like after I got married and started a family. My children would be little angels, always cooperating without hesitation, never throwing a tantrum or screaming in public, making my coffee in the morning and… Continue reading Well, this wasn’t exactly how I pictured it