I'm done with pushing. I don't like it, I don't want it, you can have it back thank you very much. I'm talking about the energetic pushing. (Not the physical pushing - though definitely not into that at all!) The powering through, or powering over, a situation. Not my jam anymore. The results of this … Continue reading The magic of finding flow and dropping struggle in parenthood
Let's just say expectations don't always match reality.
"I bet the alligators all got on a plane and said, let's go to Florida!"
IT SEEMS SO SIMPLE, RIGHT? And yet, there I was again, yelling like a shrew at my family this past weekend. All sleep-deprived and self-righteous. (I always become the self-righteous martyr when I'm parenting from an empty cup...look at me, sacrificing for ALL OF YOU, NONE of you whom seem to appreciate my greatness! LOL. NOT A GOOD LOOK FOR YOU, SARAH.)
Pass the coffee.
Just a few of the questions being asked lately by the resident 4-year old : Do grasshoppers have ears? (Yes, on their legs apparently, according to my husband-scientist) Why don't they play more Queen Beyoncé on the radio? (I hear you and I have no answers to this) What is God? (WHERE DID THIS COME FROM...ASK ME … Continue reading Inquiring minds want to know
The four year old's favorite planets, in order of preference: "Earf" Saturn Neptune Moon Something tells me earf is in good hands with these kids. They can't do worse than we have that's for sure.
Rush home from pre-school, grab your mother and pull her into her bedroom. Dogs are allowed to stay. Dads are not! Get on the bed and lay down on a pillow, telling your mother in a conspiring tone, "we need to lay here to talk about SURPRISING* DADDY!" Cross your adorable little feet. Watch your … Continue reading How to Plan a Party for your dad (according to the 4-year old)
Remember naked Moana from yesterday? I'd be failing you if I didn't tell you the whole naked Moana story. But first, some background. It turns out that every Friday is show-and-tell day in my 4-year-old's preschool room. I didn't know and I was intrigued. What exactly had my kid bringing to class show-and-tell these … Continue reading Full Monty Moana (A show-and-tell cautionary tale)
I officially won motherhood today.