Tag Archives: Motherhood

Love in the Middle of the Night

I have to fight with my eyes to wake. They’re reluctant to open, sealed shut with sleep and tethered to dreams of splendor. I will them open anyway and stumble towards the coughing in the other room. My legs have needles in them and I look like I’ve just spent too much time on a boat, swaying […]

Always Close Your Mouth

Confessions of a New Mom #6 – Always, always, ALWAYS close your mouth when playing superman. Throw up in the mouth beats poop on the hands any day (March 15th) I needed a good laugh today and this confession felt like just the thing to do it. Not much to say on this one other […]

Raunchier than Miley Cyrus, Dirtier than Ke$ha’s Underwear

The hubs has been out of town for the last four days which means my laziness has reached an all-time record high while my “Trophy Wife” status (bahaha) has plummeted…drastically. I didn’t plan to be this disgusting or lazy or pathetic while he was gone, it just happened. I know I have to clean it […]

The Journey Back to Me

Last week was a bit of an emotional purging for me and I mean that in a really beautiful way.  I accidentally rediscovered myself and in doing so, rediscovered a new found joy about who “I” am and all it took was a Yoga class and one too many glasses of Sauvignon Blanc… This last […]

6 Reasons You Need Your Kids

I’ll be honest. Up until recently this whole parenthood thing has felt uncomfortably one-sided. I mean, my son is practically a black belt in consumption. The more I give the more he takes. And when I have nothing left to give or simply can’t give fast enough, a quick teary-eyed banshee scream and back arching […]