A Year We Were Never Expecting. And A Year We Will Never Forget.

This morning, as I was walking around the house, wiping down counters, making beds and doing the things I do at the start of the day, I had a feeling of peace wash over me. I was still in my pajamas, as I often am for hours and hours into Continue Reading

We Are Living in History

We are living in history. Future generations will learn about this time.We will tell our stories. And our children will tell theirs.  Images of people in masks and of social distant gatherings will become symbols of these days.  We will talk about when the world stopped. When suddenly families who had Continue Reading

To My Friends Still Choosing to Social Distance

Yesterday, two little boys in our neighborhood came to the door asking if the kids could play. Their families had been social distancing like ours, but obviously had loosened some restrictions.  I had already been feeling like we are on an island with the choice to still maintain space from Continue Reading

Someone Wants to Know Why My Child Goes to Preschool – Here’s Why

Earlier this week, I wrote a post about the mixed emotions I’m feeling as my baby – the youngest of four – is finishing his final days of preschool. In response to this post, someone commented: “Why is your child in pre-school and not at home being raised, nurtured, and Continue Reading