Eyes red rimmed, face flushed, she stumbled through the office door after a toddling two-year old boy while holding on to a chubby six-month old, whimpering infant girl. The young mother apologized when her active son ran into my leg, nearly knocking my notepad and pen from my lap. I smiled. “It’s okay,” I said.
Tag Archives: motherhood
Over the past week or so I have seen people go back and forth about whether or not single mothers should be wished Happy Father’s Day. As a person, it is not my responsibility to tell anyone what they should or shouldn’t do. However, I do caution everyone to use “good form” when deciding to
I haven’t worked a traditional job in more than 6 years. Prior to that, I had been out of the job market for around 3 years. The decision to be an at-home mom was a choice that we made, although friends and family thought that we were crazy. Over the course of motherhood, I’ve watched
Normally, I spotlight one book each week on Friday Finds. This week, I wanted to do something for the parents of children with Autism. We hear through various campaigns that 1 in 88 can’t wait. While this is quite true, parents need resources to use right now to help their children and themselves live well