I want to say that I am not blind to the fact that the last post I wrote before today’s was not totally in-keeping with today’s message. My belief that parents should parent their children, however, is not contradictory to my belief that we should work harder to support one another instead of attacking one … More I just wanted to take a moment.
I read this article today, and even though I’m terrified to write this blog, I think it needs to be written. And I can only hope and pray that it doesn’t end badly for us. So here’s my “confession.” Our summer daycare option was going to cost $200 per week, and we simply cannot afford … More Bring back the village
Oh Ethan, I feel bad for you almost every day. There’s so much you don’t know yet about being a firstborn. … More MY LITTLE GUINEA PIG: A LETTER TO MY FIRSTBORN
I have the best kids. I hate to break it to you, because you probably think your kids are pretty great, but mine are the best. … More ZOMBIES=LOVE. #TRUE STORY
Ethan: Logan cries when I hit him.
Nana Terry: Why do you think he cries?
Ethan: Because he’s a whiner. … More UNBREAKABLE BOND
In which I write letters to my sons. They’re sappy and stuff. … More IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS: LETTERS TO MY SONS
Yesterday, we did some finger-painting. We’ve done this once before, but the previous attempt involved a lot of me telling Logan to stop eating the paint, and trying to get Ethan to do something other than smear all the colors together into a big black blob. … More FRIDAY FUN: ADVENTURES IN FINGER PAINTING
How hard is it to read your child 15 books in a week? We’re talking preschool books here, not War and Peace. … More THIS PARENTING THING ISN’T AS HARD AS YOU MAKE IT SEEM