Monthly Archives: October 2013
As a stay at home mom (I’m still working on a better descriptor than “stay at home”) I feel this strange cultural pressure to make crafts. The source of this pressure is internal, and I mostly feel a desire to … Continue reading
I finally thought of something cool to do while rocking Alzette to sleep – write a haiku poem! Here’s one I wrote tonight: Showering at night at times seems the greatest change between then and now.
First let me underscore the facetiousness of my title. A baby napping is a glorious thing. It’s like whipping cream simply poured onto your slice of apple pie; it’s like an unexpected package that arrives in the mail from a … Continue reading
There are a lot of things moms (and dads) do that we don’t talk about because we’re afraid to sound like we’re either bad parents or crazy. But as I talk to more and more parents there are some things … Continue reading