Tag Archives: parenting
Yesterday after school DS asked me why some kids have not-very-nice parents. Yes, he asked that. I said, you just never know why. There’s a great expression, “Be kind. Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about.”
I originally wrote this in 2011 when my daughter was about 7 months old. Found it on my laptop & decided to post. This is a rant & I’m admittedly bitter. You have been warned. Still though, I think this … Continue reading
I can’t stop listening to the album, “Hold Your Fire,” by Rush. Last night & this AM, “Prime Mover,” was a favorite track. I turned it on while the kids were getting dressed for school. DS enjoys it.
I feel as though writing a recipe for happiness makes it seem like I have it all figured out. Ha! Not quite. But I’m trying to live deliberately. I remember first hearing the term, “evidence-based” with regards to childbirth. Clearly, … Continue reading
I’ve posted before about the writings of author and psychologist Jeff Brown. I enjoyed this today: “Imagine a world where ‘sacred purpose’ is part of our early-childhood education. Not ‘what are you going to be when you grow up?’, but ‘Why … Continue reading
A good friend posted the following on Facebook: Have you ever seen a flock of geese or duck flying in a “V” formation and noticed that one side of the “V” is longer than the other? Do you know why … Continue reading