Motherhood

Trading Sneakers for Skirts

I have a full-time job. But future employers won’t find it on my resume, and my current employers won’t give me recommendations. I earn no salary, and I don’t get sick days. If I’m lucky, I’m allowed vacation days, but I have to bring my work with me. The job requires no formal education, no background […] Read more…

Happy Mother’s Day

I vaguely remember what life was like before I became a mother. I didn’t have Goldfish crumbs in my purse. I didn’t have a time-out chair in my kitchen. I didn’t stub my toe on mountains of toys. I could go on impromptu dates with my husband. I could sleep in. I could close the door when […] Read more…

Wife on the Roller Coaster Meets Mamapedia

Over the weekend, a great website called Mamapedia published one of my posts.  (It’s actually a blog post from a while back that I tweaked a bit.)  I planned to just give you the link to visit, but the formatting on the website is off.  Because I didn’t want you to think that I’m incapable […] Read more…

Baseball Blues

My son, Big C, recently started playing baseball. After 2 seasons of t-ball, he’s now in the major leagues. This is a whole new ball game. And I’m not all that impressed. The coaches’ sons are clearly the most skilled players, and there’s no mistaking the blatant favoritism. The other night at practice, while the […] Read more…

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