They Get Around

There are two parts of my body that get a lot of action these days. They put a smile on my face, and never seem to stop moving.  Yes, I’m talking about my feet. These two pedicured laborers have allowed me to escape a few times this summer. I didn’t want them to feel unappreciated, so I … Continue reading They Get Around

The Value of Prioritizing the Parent-Child Relationship and Family Time

  My dad’s friend brought me a parenting article from the Canadian newspaper, The Globe and Mail. It’s titled, “Are we the worst parents ever?” It’s an excerpt from Leonard Sax’s new book The Collapse of Parenting: How We Hurt Our Kids When We Treat Them Like Grown-Ups. Sax is an American psychologist and practicing family physician. … Continue reading The Value of Prioritizing the Parent-Child Relationship and Family Time

I’m a Mommy Cliche

  Even though I haven’t given up my heels or sense of style (as discussed in I Still Rap In My Leather Pants), I have surrendered to practicality. I’ve fully delved into the once unimaginable stereotypes of parenthood. In other words, I’ve become that trademark of motherhood I thought I’d never be. Easy Spirits with a pencil … Continue reading I’m a Mommy Cliche