Each day in the series will present a new challenge or practice to work into your life to renew you and make you feel ready for a new year of life as MOM.
The Plague slowed me down this year and last year, and the year before that, too. And that is probably all well and good. We all need a little perspective sometimes when it comes to our Christmas “to do” lists. The following post was written four six years ago when we were reeling from the death of my mother-in-law. […]
This week’s highlights include the Flu, the demise of nativity wrapping paper, and shopping with and for six kids.
Where I blog like it’s 2004. The week’s highlights include too much stuff, bah humbug, and 15 odontoma.
Parenting is full of all kinds of surprises, particularly at Christmas. However, when things diverge to something different than you plan, good things can happen.
It is good to be content with what we have, but sometimes dissatisfaction is totally okay. I’ve always struggled with materialism. I grew up with the idea that the more you had, the better you were. It’s been hard to fight that mentality, but I’m getting a handle on it slowly. I’ve found the accumulation of […]