Category Motherhood

Three – it’s a magic number

Three. Three was my favorite number growing up. I liked the shape of it. I just liked three.  Maybe because it made me think of this.   Last month my toddler girl turned three.  “If you thought two was bad, wait until three!” I have been warned by friends. And they’re right, the terrible twos […]

Prepare to cry

I saw this pop up on a Facebook friend’s news feed.  I read it and cried.  Devon Corneal nails it. From the Huffington Post   The Last Time Posted: 09/11/2012 11:38 am   Tonight, Little Dude asked for a snuggle before bed. It was well past his bedtime and I was tired, cranky and had […]

It’s windows open weather, and the question going through every mom’s mind is…

It’s finally cooled down enough to have the windows open. And that means the question going through every mom’s mind is “Can you hear me yelling at my kids?”

The most wise words I’ve heard in a long time

This was on my friend Julie Murphy Casserly’s Facebook page earlier this week.  The bolded part of the quote comes from Lotus Blossom Consulting: Great words from a good friend of mine, and so relevant to money. Don’t let your money struggles be the center of your lives; let your authentic self be the guiding […]

Makes me cry every time

This poem has been around for years and you can find it on lots of blogs. But it makes me cry every time I read it, or think about it for that matter. Steel Magnolias has the same effect on me. It’s a good reminder to stop and be in the present moment with your […]