I heard this statement recently. In the context of a woman, mother, wife packing her family's lunches/meals every day for her kids and husband. An adult male made the statement that his mother, and his father’s wife, packed his lunches as a kid every day and still packs his fathers lunches for him every day. … Continue reading “Having It Good”
I love birthdays. Maybe not my own, but I love celebrating the birthdays of the important people in my life. Not in an over the top, spend an insane amount of money on a party or surprise my 16-year-old with a brand new car. I love birthdays in the way that it is quite literally … Continue reading Birthdays
Yes. I have kids and my kids are my whole world. But also, my kids are not my whole world. I cannot speak for fathers, or men, but I feel like women who have children are put into this box of where everything they do (or don't do) revolves around their children. And I know … Continue reading Yes, I Have Kids
No is a full sentence.
I have mixed feelings about kids having cellphones. My reasoning is pretty simple: most adults can not handle the responsibility, I am not sure why we think kids can handle it.