Hello! No new blog post this week; however, as Mother’s Day approaches here are some of my more popular posts about parenting. Feel free to take a look while pretending you can’t hear your children shouting at each other to be quiet while they burn your breakfast-in-bed toast.
Mother’s Day 2016
It’s Ok To Say You’re a Mother
Promises Made, Promises Kept
A Mother’s Vacation Gratitude Journal
I’ll be back next week with new content. Happy Mother’s Day!
Everything they say about Labs is true.
I now call him Dogus, as does most of the family, and since he doesn’t respond to any name, nor to most commands, nor to squeaky toys, it’s purely for my own amusement.
In the last four weeks, he’s eaten my daughter’s birthday cake, an entire loaf of bread, two blueberry English muffins, a bag of potato chips, two donuts (and the box), and…
half of a raspberry danish.
Continue reading We’re Not the Bloodhound Gang, But There’s Trouble and We’re There on the Double
I’m not a huge fan of pranks. Never have been. I find them to largely be mean-spirited, intended to humiliate.
No, I’m not fun at parties and I will not lighten up. You know who else is not fun at parties? Batman. You know who is probably fun at parties? The Wonder Twins.
QED and amen.
Here, the big April Fools’ Joke is that the jokes in my house were pretty terrible because all pranks were largely driven by my kids. They gave themselves the giggles by covering up the last “ps” on the package of Peeps. Hilarious.
To get into the spirit of things and not be permanently labeled “The Parent Where Fun Goes to Die,” Continue reading March Month in Review — QED and Amen