I DECIDED TO CREATE MOMUMENTAL MOTHERS TO CELEBRATE WOMEN FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE. EACH OF THE WOMEN I WILL FEATURE ARE DIFFERENT, BUT THEY ARE ALL UNITED IN MOTHERHOOD. Today it is my pleasure to interview Katherine. When I read Katherine's blog, I was struck by how open and honest she was about her … Continue reading Momumental Mother #3: Katherine
I DECIDED TO CREATE MOMUMENTAL MOTHERS TO CELEBRATE WOMEN FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE. EACH OF THE WOMEN I WILL FEATURE ARE DIFFERENT, BUT THEY ARE ALL UNITED IN MOTHERHOOD. Today it is my pleasure to introduce you to Sophie. Sophie is the creator of a wonderful blog, Mummy of a Square Peg. In her … Continue reading Momumental Mother #2: Sophie
No matter where I look, there is always something about the house that needs cleaned or repaired, the children need attention, I have things I would like to do- you get the picture. Any parent can tell you that there are too many things to do and not enough time on the day to do … Continue reading 13 Ways to Mom-it Like a Boss
I have two kids and a husband. It goes without saying that my house would look like the perfect storm had hit (AKA hurricane Abby and tropical storm Oscar) if I let it. One thing I can't stand is a messy house or a full house. Disorganization and stuff everywhere drives me crazy. If you … Continue reading 13 Secrets I Use to Keep my House Clean
We often worry about how we look, how we dress, how we appear to other people. Until this afternoon I've never really stopped and thought about how I appear to my children. Abby had just woken from a nap and started to take photos with my smartphone. "Give it back," I said. "Please, just let … Continue reading How My Children See Me
Here are a couple of doodles I made this morning. Can any of you relate? Kid songs get stuck in my head all day. I used to think my mom was so grumpy when I took naps with her. This is what my Sunday nap was like. Now I understand. Mom, I'm sorry.
Growing up, I never doubted that I would have children, and I always knew that I would have two girls. I believed that girls were fun, they didn't like gross stuff, they smelled better, played nicer... Can you tell that my only sibling was a girl? I didn't have any close male cousins or friends. … Continue reading I Love Having a Son