Category Archives: motherhood

Forget my last post, this is what I’m actually doing right now.

You know what, as soon as I wrote that ‘currently’ post last week, I realized that it’s only the non-mom version of my life. I had one of those days on Thursdays. Other moms know what I mean. It was … Continue reading

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21 months apart… 10 months in.

A little under a year ago I wrote this post on having two kids under two years old. After re-reading the post, I can say that I’m very, very happy I’m not in the newborn phase anymore. Isabelle didn’t make my … Continue reading

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Because I can

Isabelle is going to be 10 months old soon, and I cannot believe it. This photo is going to be outdated in a little less than a week! Also, she is never amused by me. Where has the time gone? … Continue reading

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Intentional parenting: The stories we won’t be telling our girls.

Our toddler has been really interested in “stories” lately. She has always loved books, but lately she wants us to tell her stories instead of reading them from a book. Tonight Clara asked me to tell her the story of Cinderella, which … Continue reading

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Oh paternity leave, I miss you!

One of the best parts of my 2016 was Tim’s paternity leave. I mean, Isabelle’s birth was okay and all, but we all know those first few months with a new baby are a blur of hormones and I really … Continue reading

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