Category Archives: teenagers
Mommy Rotton says: “You can never lose your shit to the point of yelling and swearing. In fact, swearing is strictly verboten regardless of your tone of voice. Instead you must exercise limitless patience and love and understanding. You get … Continue reading
I have a sister. A twin sister, who knocked my front teeth out with a desktop phone, (in the era when they still made those rotary communication tools …and during the era when my sister was still young and sneaky enough to get … Continue reading
A favorite book, a timeless story.
Hmmm…I was guilty of a few of these! Oh, and I’m not apologizing; they turned out just fine. 12 Ways to Mess Up Your Kids – The Atlantic.
Believe in love at first sight? I do. See, I met this girl. Exactly 24 years ago today. The first time I held her in my arms, I was nearly speechless. (Perhaps it was the anesthesia) All I could manage, was to … Continue reading
Heather is a teacher. Teaching is her ‘other’ passion. Her first occupation? Mom. It’s a common career, with many uncommon views. Motherhood. We all have our parenting style. Then we have kids. We all quickly learn to adjust that style. … Continue reading