It’s day 3,000 of quarantine and I just finished trying to explain to my partner how I’m already having mixed emotions about life returning to normal in a few short-long weeks. Realistically, I’ve been working from home since March 16th. It’s been a weird few weeks. It’s like your starring in your own version of […]Read More Parental Angst and Quarantine
It’s happened! I’m once again pregnant and once again all over the place with emotions and morning sickness, food aversions and cravings, all the fun stuff, but now we have a two year old in the mix! What’s been happening? Also, warning! this is going to be a longer post since I haven’t posted anything […]Read More Fear & Loathing Through Parenthood: Look Who’s Talking, Too
I have eleven drafts going on my blog. I’ve opened them, wrote, edited, deleted. I officially have, not just writer’s block, but brain block. Spoiler: this post is not sharp-toothed or insightfully written, it’s an open forum to share your point of view with me,if you so desire (which I hope you do!). I told […]Read More Shot.
This one gets a little philosophical, but a nice refresher to never doubt yourself as a mom. Ever. As a parent, or soon-to-be, you’ll receive lots of advice and opinions you didn’t ask for. Sometimes all you can do is just smile and nod. On Being a Working Mom, Stay at Home, Part-Time, Full-Time – […]Read More Fear & Loathing Through Parenthood, Part 3: Separation, Time, and Watching your Baby Grow
Part 1: Real Notes About Becoming a Parent I was 32 when I became pregnant. I was terrified of it, but I’ve always been terrified of pregnancy and babies. I’m not sure why because I babysat a ton when I was younger and I was the oldest out of three and had a shitload of […]Read More Fear & Loathing Through Parenthood
This recipe is bare-bones but always comes out fantastic! Ingredients: Sliced bread (I use Italian, but use whatever you have on hand. My mom used to use Wonder bread and it kept me happy.) Eggs (# depends on how much bread you’re using. I do one egg per slice of bread) Splash of milk (you […]Read More No-Fail French Toast