The Someday Mom

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Lately, I've been a Someday Mom.  You know, the kind of mom that has all the good intentions and fun activities stored away for a day in the near future {surely}. Someday.  The kind of mom who holds onto hope after...
It is finally summer here in Montpellier, and we have been out of confinement for nearly eight weeks. It has been interesting adapting to our new normal since the coronavirus pandemic hit and turned the world upside down. So...
My 3 ½-year-old daughter is not potty trained. There are days, even stretches of days, where I think she’s got it, and I’m optimistic we can finally put this nightmare behind us. Because yes, it’s been a nightmare. But...
I knew my husband was an addict when I married him. But the thing is, I thought he was cured. He was an addict, but surely now he's not. He did a week of detox from alcohol while we were...
I don't remember the first time I consciously realized my parents are racist. In all reality there probably wasn't a specific moment, but rather a slow, creeping realization that settled in over my adolescence. I remember a conversation in...
I recently finished my college scrapbook. Y'all, I'm closer to 40 than 23. My closet housed an "in-progress" bag full of scrapbook paper, printed pictures, a slew of other scrapping materials ... and I finally decided that I had to...
My loves, This year the second Sunday in May will mark my fourth year as a mother, and in the ugly thorns of life, it will also be my fourth year without my mother. What number are you on? I know...

On Becoming One

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He must know, know that he's very near tipping the calendar and passing that exciting baby to non-baby but still a baby milestone. This sweet boy has never wanted to cuddle, rock, or nuzzle but I find him finishing his...
Today I walked my kids to school with my house shoes on, and while we are being honest, I may have still had on my nightgown {along with yoga pants and a cardigan}. This isn’t too different from my...
It's 2018. Time for some big life changes around here.  Cereal is out. Pop Tarts are in. No more spoon feeding breakfast to a 5 year old.  Join Reese Witherspoon's book club. Success measured if any month's books are...

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