Is Your Vagina a Fixer Upper?

Is your vagina a fixer upper?

The other day I asked my husband how I was looking “down there”. He thought about it for a minute and then used the words “homey, charming and slightly rustic” to describe my womanly real Read More …

Dear Playgroup Moms

Four female friends enjoying in talking at cafe

Last year we moved to a new town. A place where we did not know anyone at all. I was nervous, but having done the same thing four years earlier, I figured I had a pretty Read More …

How to Make an Awesome Video of Your Kids

OneDay app

Like every other iParent, I love making videos of my kids. Unfortunately, my kids are often less enthusiastic. As soon as I pull out the iPhone, they either start acting like complete monkeys OR they Read More …

I Didn’t Brush My Teeth Today Either

I didn't brush my hair today. I didn't brush my teeth either. I dare you to say something about it.

My husband is out of town so both of the school pick-ups have fallen squarely on my shoulders. Coming on the heels of an already long day, one that began with a 6am wake up Read More …

A Year of Lying to My Kids

me eating chocolate cake

“You can’t eat that, it will make your stomach ache.” My year of blatant lying starts off with a whimper. My four year old stares at me with tears rolling down her cheeks, mouth open Read More …

Can You Spare a Square

spare a square

Bathroom etiquette in the workplace is always tricky. I mean, we’re there for HOURS, so it’s fairly obvious we are going to have to go at some point. Yet the only thing more awkward than Read More …

Pasta-va-zoul

How I earned my wrinkles

(When I was in my 20’s, my “go to” cursewords were all in Italian. I got away with murder because no one understood what I said. Then I married an Italian and had kids and Read More …

Power Me Up (giveaway)

MC giveaway 1

Last week I went to Brighton for a day. I’d never been to Brighton before and I was immediately entranced by the myriad of narrow pathways that masqueraded as streets. The old brick buildings with Read More …

Finding the Strength to Admit My Failures

One of the hardest and most necessary things we do as parents is to admit our failures. We cannot do everything. We cannot be everywhere (unless you are doing something bad, then we most definitely Read More …

He Will Buy the Cow

He will buy the cow

“…and one last thing you should never ever forget, if you give the milk away for free, there’s no reason for him to buy the cow.” I really wish I could say that I grew Read More …

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