Motherhood

Lessons Learned on Tantrums
03/04/2013

About a year or so ago I posted about how my life was nothing but a series of pre-meditated actions and routines since I had a toddler. At the time, I was still calculating my moves, reflecting on my failures and above all else trying to determine why this was becoming second nature to me. And…

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Top Five Lies Said to My Toddler
02/05/2013

I don't even know how I got myself into these lies; they just happened. I think they appeared somewhere between trying to get through the day and knowing what's best for my daughter. Not a good excuse, I know. This past weekend I was consciously aware of the lies, or little fibs…

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Even More Thankful for Her...
12/17/2012

I'm not alone with this post. I'm one of many, millions. All saying the same thing. All feeling the same thing. Thankfulness for our children. Appreciation for their silliness and smiles and sweet voices. Newfound patience for their tantrums and mistakes. Overwhelming, overflowing love for their very existence. And, now…

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In the Bag
12/05/2012

Before you hit the road this holiday season, consider packing a Kids' Activity Bag. Yes, it's one more thing for your list, but it will definitely be worth the effort. With a whopping four successful road trips under my belt, I feel like I’ve achieved a higher rank from these…

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Kids, Choices and Guilt
11/16/2012

When your child is hurt, your heart breaks. When you think your child might be hurt, or he might be faking, your heart is filled with angst-ridden guilt. How do you know what to do? That is the million dollar question. And, after 2 kids, I can say with 100%…

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