Irregular as I already am with my blog posts, even more things have been going on offline that have made my blogging life even less regular. I’m now officially an apprentice photographer! I can’t even begin to express how exciting this new journey is for me. My camera was bought all the way back in 2015 with…… Continue reading A Different Kind of Mommy “Me Time”
I have not come by in a very long time. It’s not that I’ve forgotten about my blog. The truth is that my blog, this blog, has been on my mind constantly. Life offline has been difficult, to say the least, and unlike previous episodes in our home life, it just felt like it was too…… Continue reading The Tightrope Walk
…all those hours spent watching “Art Attack” pay off! Okay, it’s not the most perfect repair job in the world but I’m still giddy over it anyway because I’ve not done anything g of the sort in over a decade. Llew broke the roof of his train station. So here’s what I did: Cut up…… Continue reading That feeling when…
I am always careful to say that parenting is one of the hardest jobs in the world. As it is, there are those who might argue that parenting shouldn’t be called a job because “dangit, if you think it’s work, you shouldn’t have brought those kids into the world to begin with.” Maybe. But maybe you…… Continue reading Hard Work
I have no patience for homeschooling and absolutely no plans of homeschooling either child but there is much that I have borrowed from them in terms of knowledge. I have images saved on my phone, my tablet, a Word document, and a little notebook filled with different recipes and ideas on what I can do…… Continue reading Learning from Homeschoolers
Last Saturday I finally completed a project I’ve been putting off for months now. It’s nothing big or particularly difficult but it took some time before I could decide where best to put it. Well, I’m happy to say I finally put it up and that it’s absolutely adorable! It’s completely out of place for…… Continue reading Height Chart Decal
Has anyone else thought of it this way: that screening your child’s toys and trying out iPad games is serious work for parents?