Having our son made me Superwoman. But you are the wind underneath my cape. Here’s why:
This summer vacation was especially poignant, because it would be the first summer I spent with my son, and the longest duration of time we had together since his birth and my subsequent maternity leave.
The sanctimommy makes a comment or thinks, “Man, what a disorganized mom, I feel sorry for that kid.”
I used to think that I was so scattered that I would never have a sanctimommy moment – but I did.
I’m going to try and use this book to help my husband and I to reconnect. It was nice to read a perspective similar to my own, I knew I wasn’t the only one out there in a whirlwind of mommyhood/marriage confusion.
As my child gets closer to the huge first birthday, I thought I would jot down some random thoughts that I have learned in the long, strange trip that is parenthood.
DAD IS SLEEPING AS HE ENJOYED THE WHISKEY AT THE PARTY and other hilarious emails from your mother
I’m always looking for ways to help keep the earth healthy. When it involves making my child healthier too, I’m all ears.