After the entourage of articles about the zoological malfunction/parental distraction/ unfortunate situation of the poor dear Harambe’s death…I am left feeling contemplative and also furious: here’s why. Most of the publications I … Continue reading Guerilla Momma Declaration
I started a reading challenge this summer, and had a nice long list of books I wanted to read. I still have the list. I KEEP ADDING TO IT. But, … Continue reading Reader Read This (More Than Happy) The Wisdom of Amish Parenting by Serena B. Miller with Paul Stutzman
Woke up this morning to instantly feeling frustrated because my sweet son let the cat out, and the cat then took it upon himself to sit on my face in … Continue reading There is No Such Thing As: You’re Doing it Right!
There are many tasks I enjoy as a stay at home mother, but cleaning and organizing isn’t one of them. I love to cook and sew and all that involves … Continue reading Let Me KonMari That For You!
What an incredible fun, and adventuresome summer we had! I have written many posts in my mind, but alas, haven’t published any… I hope to get you, dear reader, up … Continue reading Get Thee To The Nunnery
A long while ago Abel and I rented a movie from the library that we really enjoyed. It was about a family with nine children who drove around in a … Continue reading The Traveling Life For Me
The dreaded winter is over, but the snot is still flowing, what’s a poor mother to do? There has been a lot of sicknesses this year, from chicken pox all … Continue reading Sick of Being Sick
The birth of my newbie, Ezra Abram Nicolai, was an adventure, and after a month of getting to know him, I feel even more blessed than I did when I … Continue reading Eyes Wide Open
What I have been mulling over in my mind is this idea that we can “over do,” and wanting so desperately to make it untrue. I would like to think … Continue reading The Next Day After
I know you are all with me. It’s a mind game, this whole mothering thing. We are with them alllll day and the next and the next and the next, … Continue reading To: Stay-at-Home Mother