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.
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Act I, sc i Me: Are you hungry, sweetheart? Do you want a grilled cheese? 3 yo: Yes. Me: Great! I'll make it now. 3 yo: Don'tRead more5
Act I, sc i Me: (trying to distract him) OOH, is it snowing yet? 4 yo: (mumbles) I don't know. Me: (pointing to the window) Maybe you should check... 4Read more14
Act I, sc i Grandma: (whispering to me and pointing to my son) Can I order him some ice cream? Me: Yes, he'd love it. Grandma: I always haveRead more6
Act I, sc i Me: Sighs. end scene. January has always seemed to me a terrible time to make resolutions. Sure, the calendar marks a newRead more4