My stepson asked me to take him to see The Rocky Horror Picture Show last night. Hold onto your dirty looks for a few minutes because there is a good lesson in this, I promise. I told him he probably wouldn’t like it. He begged to differ. He kept asking me what it was about … Continue reading A lesson from our tween on movie theater etiquette
No, I don’t cut myself. I have a toddler going through a scratching phase. My toddler is not always a sweet little angel. Come to think of it, the only time when she is an angel is when she is asleep. The rest of the time she is like a little doll. She looks all … Continue reading No, I don’t cut myself. I have a toddler.
I always wanted a daughter. I had a dream about her once, before I was pregnant with her. My husband and I were in bed. It was morning. There was a toddler with curly hair in our bed in just a diaper. She was giggling hysterically and hiding in our sheets demanding we play Peek-a-boo. … Continue reading When I prayed for a daughter, I didn’t realize she would be a sassy little fire cracker (just like her momma)!
Are there really people out there who never once let their children watch television before 2 years old? I am wondering because I admire that. I am fascinated by it. I honestly wonder what these kids do all day. What do they do while you shower, or do you not shower? Do you leave them … Continue reading Technology, is the Village it takes to raise a kid
For whatever reason, we are not supposed to talk about our failed pregnancies. But today, I will, for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, October 15, 2016. Being pregnant after having a miscarriage is terrifying. You worry. You worry every moment about everything. You worry about every test, every milestone, and your heart skips a … Continue reading Being pregnant after having a miscarriage is terrifying (Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day)
When my step-son Robbie was around eight-years-old, my husband and I panicked when he still did not want to learn how to ride a bike. Was there something wrong with him? Was he going to be made fun of because he didn’t know how? We watched YouTube videos, read articles and practiced getting him to … Continue reading When did kids riding bikes stop being cool?
Toddlers are emotional, bossy and sometimes strong-willed little people. It is in their nature, it is who they are, it is common and it is normal. They will give us kisses and hugs one second and be flailing their little bodies on the floor because they we don’t carry pizza in our diaper bag the next.
My daughter was not acting out- she was acting 2. It is a phase- a phase that will not define or determine who she will grow up to be.
You can’t fly sweetheart…