I was having a beautiful Mother’s Day. Then I took a moment and scrolled through social media. (I know! Bad mom! Why did I do that?) I know Mother’s Day can be hard for those who have lost loved ones, who are struggling to conceive or adopt, or those with strained relationships. This was the first… Continue reading Reflecting about Mother’s Day
Let’s talk about our kids and their right to privacy. Specifically I am curious about your thoughts regarding parenting in the day and age of social media.
There are so many times I read Erin’s blog and I’m thinking “Oh she gets it.” or “Oh she gets me.” or “Oh that’s something to think about.” This post was no different. I’ve posted about pre-kid judgmental me before. Really the fact is that for society to keep going, children will have to be… Continue reading Reblog: 5 Points I Want The Childfree To Consider — Bubbles and Beebots
Earlier this week I posted A Boy And His Train Obsession about my son. I can’t leave his sister out though. Like I mentioned in the post about my son, I love watching my kids discover things they love. It’s probably the very best, most exciting feeling in the world. My daughter is a little artist. When… Continue reading A Girl and Her Artwork
We started going to our church when our son was about 6 months old. He is almost 4 now. He has barely ever been out of our sight while he is there. So I feel pretty confident in vouching that nothing bad or traumatic has happened. I don’t know if it’s because of the people or… Continue reading 5 things my son who hates going to church has done.