If Parenting Was a Win-Loss Record

How would I stack up? How would you stack up? A winning record? Losing? Would it change week to week? I think most parents rate their days subconsciously by comparing their daily wins versus losses. Was it mostly a good day if we had more wins? (Got the kids to eat their veggies and fruits, … Continue reading If Parenting Was a Win-Loss Record

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Minor Differences: Father’s Parenting Versus Mother’s Parenting

Have you read The Oatmeal comic's Minor Differences series? Not only will you be nodding your head vigorously when reading it, you'll be spitting all over your screen while you crack up. Go ahead, click the link ... I'll wait ... You're wiping your screen, right? In "line of work" I experience minor difference along … Continue reading Minor Differences: Father’s Parenting Versus Mother’s Parenting

Working on Work After (Staying Home With) Kids – First Steps!

Ever since my four-year-old was around six months old, I've been wondering what my life will be like after I return to work (which will be when our youngest child starts kindergarten, which is full day in our district). Being a stay-at-home-mom is great - like herding the most adorable cats in the world - … Continue reading Working on Work After (Staying Home With) Kids – First Steps!

You Know You’re a Mom When YOU’RE Obsessed With Poop – Your Kid’s Poop!

I promise this will be last¬†poop-centric post, honestly. (Nahhh, I'm not promising anything ... my 18mo is just getting to the point where she says "butt" when I ask her if she pooped ... so I'm guessing there's more fun in this vein to come!) Let's be serious, fellow parents: we're always a bit obsessed … Continue reading You Know You’re a Mom When YOU’RE Obsessed With Poop – Your Kid’s Poop!