Dragons, Wolves, and Her Beautiful Mind

The smile on her face was bigger than I had seen at school pick up all year. I breathed a sigh of relief. It had worked. The note in her lunch box, the family photo in her cubby, my scarf, securely knotted around her neck for her to snuggle into. They all worked to make … Continue reading Dragons, Wolves, and Her Beautiful Mind

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My Truths and Confessions of Motherhood

Sometimes we eat dinner in the living room because our table is covered in the day's debris and I am too exhausted to put it all away. My daughter calls it a "floor picnic" and we treat it as a special event. (Even though it happens with more frequency than any special event in history.) … Continue reading My Truths and Confessions of Motherhood