(1) Get rid of all the ‘shoulds.’ There are things that need doing, but very little is urgent and the way you are programmed to think of mothering does not need to be the way you actually do it. (2) Comparison helps … never. If you’re caught in the...
First of all, if you’re just a regular mom, you ARE super. It’s dang hard at the best of times. Throw in loud, sticky, incessant interrupters who want screen time and give you grey hairs, and that takes the cake (and smashes it on the left side of your cheek). We ask...
Glitter & Muck
Face the muck. Find the glitter. Press on when things are hard.
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