You may recall I recently wrote about the incredible indecision that is plaguing me. If you need to catch up on that series of posts, you can do so here, here and here. Oh, and you could also check out this one.
Well, I have been thrown another curve ball. Continue reading
Decisions, decisions. I understand now why decisions were easier to make before I had kids. I was the only one affected by my decision. Now, whatever I decide, whatever I plan, my kids and my husband are affected.
I’m facing a big decision right now. I have more or less been staring this decision down for about 26 months. It comes. It goes. Sometimes it’s very clear what my decision should be. Most days, I just float through my life, hoping something will happen to force my decision. Continue reading
I read a few blogs that I find interesting, funny, down-to-earth, helpful, etc. Continue reading
Usually, I don’t mind being creative to get my kids to do normal things like eat, sleep, brush their teeth, put their coats on, etc. And creative I must be, because, for some reason, my little ones, despite routine, seem to forget from day to day that these things must be done.
But when I’m tired, the thing that I resent the most is that I HAVE TO BE CREATIVE to get my kids to eat, sleep, brush their teeth, put their coats on, etc. Continue reading
I drop my daughter off at school every morning, and every morning I see this young woman dropping her son off. She has her other two children with her, a toddler and a newborn. She doesn’t look very old, but I’m not a good judge of age, so she could be older than I think. Continue reading
So I rushed out of the house this morning. And not because we started late. My son was already at daycare, having left early with his daddy, and my daughter and I were enjoying some cuddle time while we watched Franklin and Caillou. Of course, the clock kept ticking and we ended up rushing out to the car without packing snacks and drinks for the afternoon. Continue reading