I’m a stay at home mother of three, living in the worlds of teenagers and toddlers. With a good sense of humor and an M.Ed. in Counseling that I’ve only used on my children, I’m navigating the 10- and 8- year age gap between my two older kids and the “baby.” So, I awkwardly face puberty and potty training, and the toddler knows way more than he should. At least that makes one of us.
A blog about the miracle and the mundane of everyday life.
From the Blog
For spring break this year, as other families posted Instagram pictures from sunny locations, my daughter and I packed the car and headed out onRead more12
The thing with having kids ten years apart is that you remember just enough of each phase to accept that almost all behaviors fall withinRead more6
I’ve been thinking a lot about writing lately — which is to say, doing a lot more thinking than writing. I’ve started teaching again, mostlyRead more5
My dog got sheared last week. A “summer cut” we call it, to explain away his white shag. The pointy merengue curls are gone, shavedRead more12