Wife vetoes each of them until Husband is completely exasperated. Winning the game: Wife finally decides what she is hungry for and just picks something.
Author Archive | Kim
Starting over with projectile spit-up, and up-the-back-out-the-neck blowouts. Starting over with me being a food source for the next year.
Your momfidence has grown. You’ve proven to yourself that you can handle the unexpected. You are learning to trust your instincts (this is HUGE!).
WARNING: this post is going to be 95% venting. If potty training was a breeze for you, feel free to stop now.
Recently, I took a trip with a group of good friends to celebrate an upcoming marriage. The trip was short—a mere 48 hours, but it was so wonderful.
Your life is about to change with this first baby. You are about to change even more. Little sister, you will never be the same person you once were.
The winter doldrums are in full swing. It’s still too dark, too gloomy, and too cold. Here are my tips for surviving this time of year.
When we wake up on January 1 or any other of the 365 days a year, we will be the exact same people we have always been. It’s a new year, not a new you.
When the temps start dipping, the crows descend upon Rochester, MN. And a chance encounter with several hundred crows taught me about parenthood.
Words matter. Living in the age of online anonymity, it’s easy to spew words across a screen. Here are five ways to teach our kids that our words do matter.