That was enough, right? I was getting by. I couldn’t even remember what I enjoyed doing for myself, much less actually partaking in self-care.
Author Archive | Stacy
Since it is hard to find the humor while you’re in the thick of a “phase”, I am going to share some of my least favorite childhood “phases” with you!
I used to be fearless. “Fun” was jumping out of planes or whitewater rafting. Danger potential was never part of my thought process until I became a parent.
Making a school decision for kindergarten shouldn’t have to be stress-filled. Here is a guide to the options in Rochester MN for your child’s education.
During a time of transition, I also made a decision to try out a new parenting style. “Yes” parenting. I said “yes.” To everything. All the time.
These are 5 things that my internationally adopted tween wants you to know about her experience growing up in a transracial adoptive family.
Growing up, I was very blessed to be close with at least one of my sets of grandparents. Though we never lived in the same state, visits were frequent and letters were a way of life. My grandmother was the best at writing letters. Actual put-a-stamp-on-it-and-it-shows-up-in-your-mailbox letters. Grammy always said that she was not the parent […]
At just over an hour from Rochester, Stockholm and Maiden Rock are totally worth a day trip. Wineries and scenery make this a great location for a date.
EVERYTHING changes when school starts again. There are new teachers, new groups of friends, and new things to learn. There are a lot of firsts and lasts.
Every year I look for the glorious, beautiful, not-quite-reachable unicorn that I can’t stop thinking about! Summer is magical. I can’t wait to have all three of my kiddos at home, all day, every day, to spend time together.