I’ve never really been interested in reading parenting books. I’ve got nothing against parenting books, they’re just not for me. Even when I was pregnant with my first child I already had an idea that my parenting wasn’t going to
If you saw my Instagram stories last week, you might already know that I’m not overly impressed with Amelia’s new nursery. A part of me initially worried if I was just missing her old nursery, and consequently, my old workplace.
Yesterday I could hear Wills making some not-so-happy noises up in the kids’ bedroom. Upon inspection I found my usually fairly well behaved 3 1/2-year-old laid on top of him with the full weight of her body, slapping him in
We all know that a mother’s work is never done; we’re living it, right?! But the thing is, it’s a literal phrase. Never actually does mean never. As our children get older, their needs just become different, more complex somehow.
I don’t think I’m too strict with my kids, but by modern standards many of the things I feel really strongly about are outdated. Some people would argue that I expect too much from my kids, or that I’m too