Category Archives: Motherhood
My daughter melted down in front of me, facing a case of stage fright on paper. Second grade English homework-write a story about two kids going to the beach. Sounds pretty easy, eh. Tears and hyperventilating later, both of which I … Continue reading
“Here mom, here’s a dumdum for you. ‘Cause your perfect.” I blink wondering for a moment if my daughter just called me a dumdum. I shake my thoughts loose and smile, taking the candy. “Thank you” I feel a great … Continue reading
Early morning my lil one snuck into bed with me, looked at me nose to nose with her hand on my cheek… Daughter – Momma, I don’t want to look in your eyes. I’ll drown in them because they are so … Continue reading
Daughter: Your brain is small. Mom: What? Daughter: Yeah, your brain is small. Too small for the big ideas and inspiration. Mom: My brain is small? Yeah: Yeah. Do you know dog and cat brains….
I’m the drill sergeant of the house. I bring order and strictness and I strive to do so fairly. But I’ve stayed away, peaking in only when things reach intolerable levels. Mostly because lying in the past are huge issues … Continue reading