I’m Back!

Did you give up on me yet? I almost gave up on myself, at least as a blogger. I knew the adjustment from one kiddo to two would be big, but I didn’t know it would take so long! I guess it took nine months for baby to develop inside the womb, and it takes … More I’m Back!

Mommy lesson #66: A New Normal – life with a newborn and a preschooler

Tessa is now eleven weeks old, and it’s funny, but our “new normal” doesn’t really look that different from the old one. I remember feeling so uncertain before she arrived about all the changes that were bound to happen. I was thrilled and couldn’t wait to meet her, but at the same time as a … More Mommy lesson #66: A New Normal – life with a newborn and a preschooler

Mommy lesson 64: Life never really gets any easier, and that’s ok

You may have noticed that it’s been a while since I published a post. If you haven’t noticed that’s really ok, in fact it’s kind of a relief. But I’ve noticed. I thought it was because I just didn’t have much to say that was interesting or relevant. Then whenever I tried to formulate an … More Mommy lesson 64: Life never really gets any easier, and that’s ok

Mommy lesson #63: Housebound with a toddler is much like jail

It has been a loooong week. C woke up lethargic and feverish last Friday morning, and was eventually diagnosed with hand, foot, and mouth disease. still nothing sweeter than a sleeping baby girl The good news is she only felt bad for two days and then bounced back to her normal energetic self. The bad … More Mommy lesson #63: Housebound with a toddler is much like jail

Mommy lesson #62: Experience doesn’t always mean it gets easier, and other lessons learned in MOPS leadership

Last Friday was our first MOPS (Mothers Of Pre-Schoolers) meeting of the year. This was my second year as co-coordinator and I must say that I expected this year to go much more smoothly, you know, since we now had a year of experience under our belt as a leadership team and all (last year … More Mommy lesson #62: Experience doesn’t always mean it gets easier, and other lessons learned in MOPS leadership