Parenting is like being on a journey that takes us to unknown lands where we try to find our footing.
It has been said we women use about 20,000 words as well as five tones of voice in any given day. That’s a lot of words, girls!
I find that it's tricky to be a mother to an adult-ish child. Adult-ish-child, how is that for a description?
My dining room has been scrapbook central for a month now.
As our culture communicates more and more through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more, it seems to me that we are losing the basic life skill of simply talking to each other.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve spent many hours pouring over thousands of pictures (I really need to improve photo organization).
There is a new night time thing going on in our bedroom and it goes like this, covers on, covers off, covers on, covers off, covers on, covers off, covers on, covers off, and so on until the mornin
When my kids were little and I was new to this stay-at-home gig, there were many moments when I felt inadequate in what I was doing, as well as inferior to others
Recently I received an email that really frustrated me. In fact, I felt angry, confused and agitated; the email caused me to question the level of trust I had in a particular situation.