Mesorah (Jewish stuff)

On Not Rushing Things, and a Kids’ Passover Cookbook Giveaway!

This morning I thought I locked myself out of the house.  I wanted to warm up the car before the kids got in it, but I had to use the set of car keys that doesn’t have a house key on it, because I needed the set with the house key to, you know, lock… Continue reading On Not Rushing Things, and a Kids’ Passover Cookbook Giveaway!

Motherhood

Patience is the New Black, or, Kids in the Kitchen

I struggle with perfectionism.  To be fair, I’ve come a long way.  Having three little kids will tend to do that to a person.  Just the other day, I even put mismatched shoes on the baby and left the house like that.  True story. One way I’ve dealt with my perfectionism is learning to reframe… Continue reading Patience is the New Black, or, Kids in the Kitchen

Women Who Inspire Us

Women Who Inspire Us #5: My four-year-old daughter

Today’s post is the fifth in the Women Who Inspire Us Series.  You can read the previous posts here.  You may also want to subscribe to my RSS feed, or “like” my Facebook page to catch the upcoming posts.  As always, if you would like to share your inspiration by participating in the series, please… Continue reading Women Who Inspire Us #5: My four-year-old daughter

Miscellany

Picture of the Week: Forbidden Fruit

Little Man has long been obsessed with our cordless phones.  It has taken much perseverance and patience to teach him that, no, the cordless is not a toy like his toy phone which also makes noises when you press the buttons.  Recently, he discovered that he could climb atop the cedar chest and be within… Continue reading Picture of the Week: Forbidden Fruit