Once upon a time there was a little dinosaurs. And then they growed ginormous! Then they growed small again. But they were strong. They goed in a deep, dark, cave. They got scared of the dark. But they had a telephone in there. They called somebody. They had a flashlight in there. It was ginormous! But they had new page on their phone to call somebody and color on it. They had fun. Hooray! Thee end. Written by my four-year-old.
Dear first time mother of a toddler, You have made it through the first year of your baby’s life. It was amazing, but it certainly wasn’t easy. From day one there was the realization that you are a caregiver of this fragile human. You would wake up at night after three short hours worried if the baby was alright. You watched fat tears roll down her chubby cheek when she cut her first tooth. She had her first boo-boo and you kept[Read more]
The Little Airplane Once upon a time there was a little airplane. A monster truck came and crushed the airplane. And then he broke its wheels. Then a repairman builded it again. Then the monster truck pushed him in the air and then he was flying in the air! Thee end. Written by my four-year-old son.
A look into one dilemma mothers of boys face.
People tell you during pregnancy that motherhood will change you. I believed these relatives and friends. I thought I understood, but no one really can until you cradle your fragile human. Here are ten ways motherhood has changed me, for better or worse. I cannot think about terrible things happening to children. Can’t even write an example. Nope. Won’t do it. It takes more than a week to read a novel.It’s hard to concentrate when you hear, “Mom. Mom. Did you[Read more]