It’s the last week of this pandemic school year and I am filled with so many mixed emotions. I thought I’d be thrilled and relieved that this crazy remote learning is over (hopefully). I did not expect to find myself feeling nostalgic about all the great things that this unique remote school year brought into our lives. Don’t get me wrong, I can’t wait for Lulu to get back to school full time in August. And we definitely all feel a little bit stir crazy with three of us learning and working from home (thank goodness for Booboo still attending in-person preschool!). Even with how difficult this has been at times, I also know that Lulu’s school and teacher did an amazing job this year and I wouldn’t be here lamenting the end of remote learning if they didn’t.read More
My Quarantine Cliché Checklist
The quarantine cliché checklist. We all have our own. I have officially become a quarantine cliché when I baked my own sourdough bread from scratch.[Read more…]
Thanks For An Amazing Kindergarten Year!
Whew. We made it through kindergarten. Yesterday was Lulu’s last day of kindergarten. It was our family’s first year having a school-aged child and it definitely felt like a family affair. Thanks for an amazing kindergarten year![Read more…]
The Power Of Not Asking Kids Questions
Sometimes being present but NOT asking kids questions when emotions are high is the best way to relieve tensions and get your child (or anyone really) to open up about their feelings.[Read more…]
New glasses for my kinder
A few weeks ago we found out that we need to get glasses for my kinder, Lulu. She has amblyopia, which is the fancy term for lazy-eye. It took a while for the glasses order to arrive and last week we finally got them for her.[Read more…]
Being a working mom when kids are sick
Being a working mom when the kids are sick is a huge challenge. To be honest, it was one of my biggest worries when I was going back to work after being a stay at home mom for three years. When your kid is unwell, it is a million times harder to find alternatives to staying home. And of course with two kids, we get double the illnesses.
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