Category Archives: On Being a Mom
Mother’s Day used to hurt my heart. Over three years and two kids later … it still kinda does. Mother’s Day hurts my heart because I remember. I remember how it felt to wake up on that dreadful morning, knowing … Continue reading
I had a muddy mommy moment yesterday. Thankfully, it was just for a moment. I’d just gotten home from a 3 night trip away, and Joshua desperately needed some Mommy time. And Mommy needed Joshua time. However, it was 5:35 … Continue reading
I’ve been feeling a little drained. Granted, we are wrapping up an almost week long trip home to Denver. Out of routine, out of our house, out of sync. Having a blast, but drained. Tired. In need of my own … Continue reading
I haven’t been alone this long in over five months. I’m not quite sure what to do with myself! I’m back to work–back to running live QBQ! training sessions–and I’m kicking it off with a session for a pizza franchisee … Continue reading
I am probably not ever going to be the mom who creates amazing things from scratch. But I will definitely be the mom who uses what other moms create and has a blast doing it! Early this month, I had … Continue reading
Every boy needs his mama. No one else can take that place. Especially when a little guy is just two years old (almost “thfree”, but still really just two) and is only recently really starting to talk. I’ve been trying … Continue reading
I was excited to turn 30. I didn’t dread it, I didn’t fear it. I was actually really incredibly ready to shed the “TwentySomething” label and move on to real adulthood.
I used to blog on Blogger with the title “Glimpses of Me: To Know Myself is an Incredible Feat”. On my 30th birthday, I decided it was time for a change.