I saw this graphic on Facebook today: I love this. I wholeheartedly agree with it. And I need to remind myself about it all the time. About a month ago, maybe more, my husband and I were discussing how I never practiced anymore. This is a problem because we both feel that if Hashem gives… Continue reading Should You Make Art?
This week has been much better than last week. Thank you for your support and encouragement! Today is the first day in a week that both of my boys are at school. Normally, I find this kind of free time paralyzing, and have, on more than one occasion, completely frittered it away on Buzzfeed or Pinterest… Continue reading Just Say No
I never used to be a homebody. The minute I walked through the door I was itching to get out! A coffee shop, a concert, a jam session, whatever. I loved to be around people, action, excitement. You could say I thrived on it. Now, by the end of the day, I’m hearing the call… Continue reading Getting some Mommy Me-time
I once heard a story about a Mommy who shut herself in her kitchen in the morning. When her children knocked on the door, wondering what she was doing in there, she replied, “I’m busy making a Mommy in here!” Mrs. Miryam Swerdlov says it in last week’s Binah magazine, when she was talking about… Continue reading Torah Tuesdays: Making a Mommy
Recently, one of my friends offered to watch my baby while Little Man is at playgroup. That meant I would be child-free for TWO HOURS. I was wondering aloud what I should do with this precious, precious time, mulling over my options: doing laundry; rinsing out the dirty (cloth) diapers; organizing the table o’ junk;… Continue reading Some much-needed me time