Summer is upon us, which means everyone with an asshole and an opinion wants to tell me what I should be doing with my family come next fall. My 11 year old is - technically - a to-be-6th grader; although, to define her as such in homeschooling terms seems very unfair. We don't take breaks for… Continue reading (3 Things You Can’t Say To Me, 1 Thing You Can) On the Topic Of Homeschooling
I'm in Texas, and if there is one thing I have learned in my four days here, it's that the Texans like their meats. We don't eat meat very often in California. That's not entirely true, I serve a very meat-and-potatoes-with-vegetables kind of menu for most dinners; but we aren't talking Texas meat. Red… Continue reading Oh the perspective a lunch date with a dead cow can give…
My mother used to tell me that "they say once you have kids, your maternal instinct never goes away." I suppose this could help to explain why a lot of mothers experience that Empty Nest Syndrome after their kids grow up and move away from home, or why many women mother their husbands. But then… Continue reading My Maternal Instinct Has No Kill Switch
So I think I'm about to lose a lot of you as faithful blog followers. I say that because I've been thinking about the concept of the pregnancy announcement, and I think my feelings about it will hit way more home than some of you want. Get over it. This is my blog. My opinions.… Continue reading 3 People You Should Hide Your Early Pregnancy From
Cold and flu season is in full swing (actually, it has been for a little over a month), so naturally this means our annual trek to the doctor when actually sick inevitably occurs. Because we homeschool, we don't have quite all the health snafus that other families do; however, it still crops up. This brings… Continue reading A Day With the Doctor
A lot of blogs - mom blogs in particular - have gone relatively silent since the tragedy in Newtown, CT befell our country, just a little over a week before Christmas. The only thing people posted on Facebook were statements of shock; promises to hug their kids/grandkids/nieces/nephews a little bit tighter. Then came the commitments… Continue reading I Am Not Changing My Parenting Because of Newtown
I know what you're all thinking: I'm probably about to alienate myself from the world of Mom Bloggers forever. I'm probably about to say something super bitchy, or downright rude. I'm likely about to become a total hypocrite, since I - myself - am a Mom Blogger. This would be par for the course, since… Continue reading What’s the Deal, Mom Bloggers?