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

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When Lockdown Happens

Last Thursday, I pulled into the pick-up line at the end of the school day – as I always do. And my daughter walked to the car – as she always does. But something was different. Something was wrong. She opened the car door as the words came pouring out Continue Reading

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Imperfection and Half-Eaten Birthday Cake

Sometimes it feels like too much. There is a constant list of to-dos running through my head. Items that need checked off. One. By. One. For example: The girls need new eyeglasses. That prescription has been in my wallet for a couple of months. I hope it’s still there. I’m Continue Reading

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The Importance of Response

*Sometimes I write things and then realize I hit publish a little prematurely. If you are wondering why the same post is ending up in your inbox again today – this one is a little different. After reflecting, I realized I didn’t quite say things like I had wanted to. Every Continue Reading

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