One of my immediate internal monologues when I found out that I have cancer went a little bit like this: How do I tell my babies that I have cancer? Should I tell my babies that I have cancer? […]
Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma. I found out Saturday morning that the biopsy I had earlier this week, with a projected 5-15% malignancy rate, has come back as cancer. It’s true what they say, you know…
Dear Teachers, As teachers you must know how difficult it is for parents to leave their kids with, essentially, strangers at the start of the school year…
It has been more than a year since I have written. Please don’t be upset with me. It has been more than a year since I have addressed you, my faithful readers. But I promise, it really hasn’t. But it has. I have started posts since the last time I have written. I have started them, and stopped them. It has been more than a year – but the “more than a year” has been the strangest, hardest, most intense “more than a year” I think any of us, on earth, have ever experienced…
Let’s start with some basic yes/no questions:
Is it sad that people died in a helicopter crash? Yes.
Is it especially sad that children lost their lives? Absolutely.
Is it devastating that families […]
August turned one 3 months ago. It was a wonderful birthday party full of friends at the public pool near our house. Splashing, playing and eating abounded and not a single meltdown was to be had (adult or child!).
He had his 12 month appointment on his birthday, and his stats were […]
For those of you who I am friends with on social media, you’ve probably seen a recent exchange on my page with regards to the new study about Autism being proven to be 80% hereditary. For those of you who follow this blog, you’ll be simultaneously happy (because it […]
One year ago today I ate a Sam’s Club hot dog and jalapeno cheddar pretzel, I waddled around the store drinking a gigantic ice-cold root beer and shortly after that the contractions began.
One year ago tomorrow, […]
April is Cesarean Awareness Month but I wouldn’t necessarily wish someone a “Happy Cesarean Awareness Month”. From the vast majority of Cesarean Mamas I’ve met and […]
Before I had August when people would mention “Mom Groups” I would shudder. Immediately the thoughts that came to mind were hoards of unsolicited advice, alternative remedies, keeping up with the Joneses and a whole lot of “Well I did it that way, and my kid is fine!” but what I came across, during my pregnancy couldn’t have been further from that image. […]