Mommy Fail- Trying to get it Right

I failed. It was bedtime (more than an hour past what is routine). I was stretched thin and being dominated by the tag-team, The Babes, ages 2.5 and 4.5. Just as I would get one in bed, the other would pop out of her room. I would tend to her. “Do not get out of … Continue reading

An Addicting Compliment- The Drug of Choice

I just read an interesting article about Artisan Parenting, referring to Momma-ing as a competitive sport. Sounds about right! With Pinterest, and Facebook, and Instagram; social media has added a tremendous amount of pressure to an already demanding the most demanding of jobs. When did we start using these platforms as make-shift Mommy resumes? And … Continue reading

Lessons Learned: Celiac Disease Awareness Month

In honor of Celiac Disease Awareness Month.   It’s been 2.5 months since we received Harper’s diagnosis. WOW! That’s it? It seems like a lifetime ago… Maybe because we have learned so much since then. For instance… Never leave for the grocery store with a low cell-phone battery. And on that note, please stop judging. … Continue reading

Renewing the Spirit When Your Hanging on by a Thread

Confession: Last week (the entire week) was one BIG Momma fail. I don’t know if it was lack of sleep, because for some unknown reason my toddler decided that waking up at 5am in party-mode for several consecutive days seemed like fun, or because I’ve yet to have a second to recover from the holiday … Continue reading

Another Mommy Fail

As I am frantically throwing the kids in the car this morning in an effort to get to work on time, Harper stops me, whining a little (who has time for whining I the morning?), “Momma, my black thing is gone”, referring to the soft pad that fits in the seat of her chair (aka … Continue reading

Mommy Fail#…I’ve Lost Count

All she wanted was a kiss and a hug… I was in a mad dash to get out the door, because believe it or not, getting to work on time is a priority. I was driving myself today. I am usually chauffeured by The Hubby because we work in the same building, but I had … Continue reading