Category Archives: mothering. toddlers

To have a good friend, you’ve got to be a good friend

It seems everything we need to know in life we learn in preschool. My 4 year old has been repeating, “Mommy, to have a good friend, you’ve got to be a good friend!” No doubt a piece of sage advice … Continue reading

Posted in CHEsterfield, children, friendship, Friendship. sisterhood, girls night out, mothering. toddlers, mothers, preschoolers, sisters | 1 Comment

My first commercial and all I got was this sparkly new hairpin

My 4 year old daughter has wanted to be a “movie star” since she saw Eloise goes to Hollywood. Not that I think she really knows what that means or what it entails but I have convinced myself that I … Continue reading

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FYI, 4’s the new 16!

Have you heard that new saying that 40’s the new 20? Well, I don’t know who’s believing that load of crap but I’m pretty sure its not the 20 year olds and I’m fast approaching the 40 year end of … Continue reading

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Today, there is Santa, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy

Yesterday, I was shocked by the news of the day. I spent the next 24 hours “feeling” my feelings. I’d be calm, then cry, then sad, then shocked some more, then irate.As I was packing the girls room up, while … Continue reading

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PMS and Motherhood

There is Premenstrual Syndrome, More aptly called the one week a month that I hate all living creatures for even having the gall to breathe, little lone dain to have the audacity to speak to me or ask me for … Continue reading

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