It’s been one year since I started my blog. Read what my first year as a blogger has been like…
The hardest part of my day is often immediately followed by one of my favorite parts of the day; just another example of how the good and bad are inextricably interwoven in motherhood.
Last week I wrote a post about raising emotionally intelligent children. It got me thinking quite a bit about the vast array of feelings my children express, even as early as toddlerhood. I am going to upcycle the photo collage I used for that post in order to link up …
Are people without kids happier? How much are we allowed to miss our old pre-child days without seeming ungrateful?
You know the old “Murphy’s Law”? I’m pretty sure there is a version just for parents: Mommy’s Law.
Raising emotionally healthy children is one of my top priorities as a mother. Here are some of my strategies for helping teach children how to identify and express their emotions in a healthy way.
I share my favorite “real movie” and my favorite “home movie”, both featuring a little slice of family life.
When is profanity acceptable? Why are some people so uncomfortable with it? Is it because swearing is in poor taste, or is their discomfort with the underlying negative emotions?
I blog because otherwise I might explode. Like many other bloggers, I started my blog because I had begun writing a book and didn’t know what to do with it. My writing journey followed a very different course than I initially imagined…
Stop by The HerStories Project today to read my post about motherhood and personality types, and how the two are connected.