You were made for hand-holding and for adventuring, for oat pancake stacks and trips to the stars
You were made for questioning, for queries both elementary and abstract
You were made for laughter and for sorrow
You were made for joie de vivre
I’m reminded that we don’t need anything except time. Time to read, time to play, time to blend a simple life with learning, the way we do all the days of the year.
We returned last week from a small adventure in Montreal, and before I had a chance to tell that story here, we had been gifted
There’s something about a weekend spent at home with the right combination of productivity, communication, and relation that always warrants a good weekend badge, and this past one earned it.
It’s late. Our home is quiet except for the whir of the ceiling fan, keeping me cool. My toddler is snuggled against me. He wants
it’s easy to think that life amongst tiny squares is all beauty and peace…
I’ve realized my vision for my role as a mother has changed.
a fun summer spent… learning?
Last week, I gathered some grumbly kids together at the counter. It was hot, and we were tired and had been focused for too long
The truth is, the age of raising babies is a blur, and although it’s painfully drawn out at times, it seems that Earth Mother
Two months ago, we dropped our eldest off in the heart of the city, carried his life’s possessions up three flights of stairs, took some run of the mill photos, and said ‘see you soon’.
How we need to do something…