We’ve entered into the era of semi-self -sufficiency. It’s a terrifying world of juice spilled over the top of sippy cups, toothpaste squirted on everything but the brush, and crazy non-matching clothes. No matter what it is, my son is convinced he can do it by himself. He wants to put the DVD in the […]
For a while now, when I ask J about his day at school, he tells me what toys he played with and which friends were there. And then he says “I hit Emma. I knocked Emma over. I got time out” or some variance involving hitting other children or pulling their hair. Finally, I asked […]
One of the hardest things about being an attorney, or really any type of professional, is when you are faced with weeks like this one. Weeks when what you want to do is stay tucked in bed, letting the world pass you by at a slow, snail’s pace, while you try to remember what the […]
Rather than try to bore you with the fact that I have nothing to say today, I’ll direct you to my contributor post over at Liberating Working Moms! I’m coming clean about television… it’s time.
Last night, while half the world watched Madonna rock out the halftime show, I was tucking a small boy into bed. For the first time since the divorce, he walked past my room and into his own, crawling up into his own bed with no prodding from me. “You lay down, too?” he asked, from […]
At the end of the work day, I am exhausted. I spend all day answering questions, solving problems, and talking to all sorts of people. The only thing I want to do when I leave the office is put on my pajamas, eat some dinner, and maybe watch a little television. I just want to relax. Today, I […]« go back