The kids were WIRED right around bedtime and my energy was LOW. I had withstood the previous three hours of children taking their turn losing it! The crying, whining, and bickering I endured that afternoon, must have been worse than Chinese water torture, I was confident. So after the kids and I returned from soccer… Read More »
In this brief article, Dr. Meg Meeker reminds Moms to take a closer look at our own behaviors when it comes to young girls wanting to be sexy (and by young, we are talking SIX years old). While she is not blaming Moms…She is asking Moms of girls especially, to rise up and take a… Read More »
Yes, I know it is not even Thanksgiving and I am already talking Christmas. Actually, I am talking Advent. I just came across a cool thing for parents and kids in preparation for Christmas, during Advent. With so much hoopla about shopping, presents, and Santa Claus, my husband and I always wonder what else we… Read More »
My daughter goes to her first day of kindergarten tomorrow. I think that I am ready. I know she is ready. She is looking forward to it. Her teacher seems wonderful and is a favorite among many. Moms of school aged children keep telling that I am going to cry. And I am just not… Read More »
I am sitting here, feeling some mild contractions, mild back ache, days away from my actual due date with baby #3. I am excited, grateful and at the same time, impatient, crabby, hormonal (just ask my husband!) and uncomfortable! For the last few days I hear myself saying, “I just want to get this show… Read More »
Moms! Click to read a great blog posting by Myrtle Barringer about putting yourself first without the guilt! This is something Moms need to be reminded of on a regular basis…especially after the tornado of back to school season!
My friend, Chip Lutz just came out with a new approach to leadership in the only leadership book I know of, that was created to be left in the bathroom, “Lavatory Leader.” His chapters include great, unique ideas that can easily be applied to our daily lives AND the chapters are short and quite manageable… Read More »