I remember a year ago when I started up programs with kids again and began to find more ways to get out in the world. My husband, Jimmy, would tell me…
This is part two of the nerf gun story, “Whose Stuff is it Anyway?” Read part one here. When should we buy that toy? When should we say no? What informs…
A few years ago, Raiden wanted a nerf gun. He wanted one so badly he asked us every hour for days. New to this co-parenting thing, we had no…
Thinking of moving? The nuts and bolts of the move, alone, includes dozens of moving (ha) pieces. To that, add attempts to meet the needs of every one…
A friend said to me, you can always start again. If you drop a habit you’re trying to build, such as miss a day of meditation, or stop sending out your…
Sometimes I struggle to write these posts. Sometimes I get through an entire story, look back on it, and think, “but what about—?” Sometimes there are…
Sharing my answers from the questions I posed
Hi Everyone, I am taking a bit of a break this week as I work on a couple of other things that have arisen. But I have been mulling over these questions…
“My biggest parenting fear — and I’ve got a duffel bag fulla dem — is this: I am afraid of raising a version of my child that is comprised of all the…
“Why are teddy bears a thing?” My stepson’s question caught me off guard. “Where did that come from?” I wondered, followed by a verbal, “I have no idea…
Partnership Parenting in the Early Years
Hi All, It’s been a heavy week for a lot of people. Wishing you comfort and love and peace during this time. There are many articles going around about…