Summer is here. My kids are out of preschool. The winter gear is (finally) packed away, and there’s a fine mist of sunscreen covering just about everything. (Thanks to an incident involving my 2-year-old.)
For the first time in several years, I’m looking forward to summer. I’m excited to be witho
Last week, Even Steven was running late at work, so I took all three kids to Miles’s soccer practice.
Things were going well for the first 20 minutes or so.
Miles was playing soccer. (And by playing, I mean that he was following the other kids around on the field and asking when they would be
I’m not one to complain.
I’m one to smile.
And shrug my shoulders.
And move on.
But every now and then I hear myself grumbling about something that really shouldn’t be complained about.
In fact, just last week I was complaining to my mom and she said,
“You know, Anna… you re
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She’s back! Katy Morgan from Katy in a Corner is here sharing another hilarious post. Put your drinks down now!
My mom recently asked me if I’d seen the movie “Parental Guidance,” and I told her that I usually spend my days watching soap operas and painting my toenails. So, no, I hadn’t yet f
Throughout our entire vacation, one thing became crystal clear to me.
It’s getting easier.
After having three kids in three years, after being pregnant or breastfeeding kids for 2 1/2 straight years – we’ve spent what feels like forever in the trenches.
People would tell me it would get
I’m very excited for Katy Morgan from Katy in a Corner to be joining us today. She’s hilarious, and please be sure to watch the video – you won’t be sorry!
When I first launched my blog last August, one of my accidental readers (the only person outside of my immediate family who read my nonsense
Miles turned 5 on Saturday, which meant that I got to bring treats to his preschool class yesterday to celebrate. I’m not a huge fan of my kid coming home from preschool all sugared up, so I had big plans to bring healthy birthday treats for Miles’s class.
Here were a few things I considered:
My friend Amanda shared a theory with me shortly after Miles was born.
It seems like a pretty solid theory: Why every woman should have at least four kids…
If you have just one child, then he has no one to play with. How sad – an only child growing up without a playmate.
If you have