Ah, Mother’s Day. The children are pleasant and spend the day with their father while the mother sleeps in, goes to brunch with friends, and has a relaxing day. Oh…that’s just folklore?
Don’t get me wrong, Mother’s Day did not go unrecognized. The children brought home projects and cards from school and Scott sent . . . → Read More: Get Your Corn Dog Stick Out of Your Sister’s Ear!
I could pretend that I took a scheduled blog sabbatical for the month of February. It wouldn’t be too difficult to explain, after all February is always a difficult month for me. One of the reasons I started Project 365 five years ago was because I would look back at the month of February . . . → Read More: Trying to Find the Words
There was a lot of talk on twitter last night about whether or not mothers were telling their children about Friday’s school shooting. Should all school children be told before they go to school Monday morning? Would they hear about it on the bus or at school? What would they hear?
I chose not to . . . → Read More: We Talked About Something Sad At School Today
This post is in response to something that my friend Michelle wrote after listening to Martha Stewart speak at the keynote of the Blogher 2012 conference last Friday. I suggest reading her post first: Wherein I Tell Martha Stewart She is Wrong. Since reading it I have been thinking a lot about my experience . . . → Read More: Finding a Work-Life Balance Because You Can’t Have it All
Wasn’t it just yesterday that you slept in my arms in the hospital? And we brought you home and you fit in the bouncey seat together and slept side-by-side.
Those early mornings that you slept beside me and I would open my eyes to see one or both or you looking back. I was . . . → Read More: Happy 3rd Birthday Ruslan and Wyatt
The c-section had been scheduled for weeks so I knew that my OB appointment on Wednesday, April 15th 2009 would be the final one before the boys were born.
Before my appointment I had a monitoring session. For the past few weeks I had non-stress tests twice a week where the babies were monitored to . . . → Read More: The Final Days…Three Years Ago
This was a rough weekend for me and I have reached a level of exhaustion that I haven’t felt in a while. This is what the past 5 weekends have looked like here:
1 – Feb 25-26 – Scott hurt his back and it was basically a solo parenting weekend for me. 2 – . . . → Read More: It Takes an Extra 6 Seconds to Get a Glass of Water at our House Now
The dream caused me to sit straight up in bed and I could barely breathe. I struggled to figure out what was happening and process the image in my head. It was the middle of the night Friday night and I didn’t want to close my eyes again and continue the dream. I only . . . → Read More: Why Can’t Moms be Everywhere All of the Time
It used to be easy to travel for work in fact it was second nature for me. Over a several year period I regularly traveled 2-4 times each month – all over the U.S. and occasionaly outside the U.S., for meetings and trade shows, short trips and long trips. Some trips would be planned well . . . → Read More: Easy isn’t Always Better
Between January 1st and the end of the school year, Juliana is off school 8 days that are work days for me. 8 Mondays, Tuesdays or Fridays that I need to find a way to keep her busy while I work or use a vacation day. To make it even more interesting, childcare is . . . → Read More: Looooong Weekends