A Breakup Letter Delivered To My Living Room

When I first met you, you were so vibrant and full of life.  So perfect and clean.  A flawless color of off-white that begged for latte walls to match. I gave you everything you ever wanted.  You got your coffee-flavored walls and strong wooden window treatments. I furnished you with green microfiber couches and a…… Continue reading A Breakup Letter Delivered To My Living Room

Taboo Topics: Why I Tell My Kids When I Am Wrong

Everyone makes mistakes. Mistakes are not limited to children who are learning and growing. Parents mess up too. And that’s OK. There is a notion out there that since you are perfect in the eyes of your child, you SHOULD be perfect. You SHOULD keep that image going for your kids. I am here to…… Continue reading Taboo Topics: Why I Tell My Kids When I Am Wrong