"Hey Mom... come see!" I don't know about you, but the end of that sentence holds some of my least favorite, favorite words in the world. Take those 2 words, multiply them by 3 kids (and 1 husband), all of...
I've always been enthralled by the French language and culture. The sound of the language in a fluent speaker is beautiful and automatically makes me smile. Culturally, the art and history of the French is something to be marveled...
Raising tiny humans is tough; we spend a lot of time as moms second guessing everything we do. Could we do it better? Could we do it differently? Will it all make a difference in the end? We know...
Disclosure:: This post is sponsored by Episcopal School of Acadiana.  The Benefits of Less Homework - And What We’re Asking Parents to Do Instead Today’s parents are bombarded with studies on the significance of play, the importance of family dinner, and...

My Son, The Empath

He had a really bad day... As soon as I walked into the house after work, I dropped my things at the door and pulled my 5-year old onto the sofa. He wrapped his arms around my neck, tucked his...
This isn’t a blog full of revolutionary thoughts and ideas. It’s more of an unscripted reality show put into words. Last week, during that fall break that seems to cause more inconvenience and expense than a break, I completely forgot...
  Never in a million years would I have pictured me as a homeschool mom. I admit that I do not possess the glorious patience of some other moms, and more often than not, my creative side is involved in...
When my first child had her 9-month checkup, she was behind on a few milestones. Our pediatrician said it was probably nothing, but suggested we do a little physical therapy to help her motor skills along. I thought he was...
I write this post with a heavy heart. Many parents are affected by bullying, whether directly or indirectly, however, I naively never expected that my child would be on the receiving end. I have a 10-year-old daughter; though most...
Tonight, I had a conversation with my daughter on a topic that I had not yet prepared myself for as a mother of a second grader- the mean girl. So and so was mean to me today. I’m sorry you feel...

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