I was a terrible blogger of events this summer, so enjoy the flashbacks. Simon turned 4 this year. He is suddenly into real kid territory. I kind of love it a lot – as nuts as #thisis4 can be. We’ve gotten into a birthday routine and will probably keep on Continue Reading
We have a serious screen time addiction. Not just the kids, me too. But ever since Caleb came along it’s been easier to hand over the screen than actually deal with early morning whining. We’ve been cutting back. I’ve deleted apps from my phone, and no screens at late night. Continue Reading
So I’m going to start going to a group for parents in grad school. I think it will be really helpful to talk about some of the challenges that are unique to parenting in this bubble we are in. In the course of the Intake interview with the psychologist who Continue Reading
Fall means school and school means homework. Simon had his first “book report” last week. Every Friday he will be sent home with a book, and it should be returned on Monday with the report sheet filled out. Stellar parent that I am, I remembered around 7:30am Monday that we Continue Reading
It’s moments of togetherness like this that keep me going. I feel fortunate that while the fights may be getting bigger, there are also more moments like this where they play or work together.