Category Archive: Motherhood

Bad Moms vs Mom’s Night Out

In the last couple of years movie makers have come out with two brilliantly thought-out movies that focus solely on moms. The movies put a hilarious twist on life as a mom and… Continue reading

When Will You…?

It’s so easy to focus on the negative. The negative is usually abrupt and loud, in your face, and demands to be acknowledged. The positive on the other hand is what we float… Continue reading

What is Strength?

What does strength look like? Our culture today tells us that a strong man is demonstrated in toughness, never shedding a tear, never being vulnerable. It means a muscular body and bringing home… Continue reading

The “A” Word

I have a wonderful friend; she is educated, she is involved in her kids’ lives, she is smart, caring… just a great person in general. We had a conversation about talking to kids… Continue reading

My Vow to Sara

Sara is my stepson’s mom. We’ve had our ups and downs, and our fair share of rough road and rocky journeys. Something that I’ve come to realize is that I don’t like the… Continue reading

Blessings in My To-Do List

This week is madness, more than normal. One child still in basketball, with three games; my oldest in traffic safety¬†four days¬†this week, dentist appointments, PTA meeting, Christmas in March party at my grandpa’s,… Continue reading

TIME, Syphilis, Google, and Parenting… ER… Politics?

A few interesting tidbits that I found in my March 14th, 2016 TIME magazine… Nevada currently has the highest syphilis rate is the western US, after an outbreak in… you guessed it… Las… Continue reading

YOLO

YOLO has got to be one of the stupidest catch phrases of this generation. I am past the age of those that frequently use it, but I think it is used in conjunction… Continue reading

TO SAVE OR NOT TO SAVE: My Organic Milk Dilemma

Buying organic is difficult. The difficulty doesn’t lie in the lack of available organic goods. I am from the Pacific Northwest… hasn’t the whole organic push come from my region? I can find… Continue reading

Adjusting Expectations

I rush out the door and head to the school to pick my son up from basketball practice. I am always rushing. Rush rush rush. Lots to do with a full time job,… Continue reading