Such a contrast; I was looking up the Pink Monkey notes on Jane Eyre because I’d enjoyed the new movie, then I noticed a facebook update. Someone’s account must have a virus, I just got a post on my wall Continue reading Fat talk so soon?
I’m so far behind in laundry that I had to wear my long denim skirt today, and I didn’t manage to make it look cool. But it turns out the funny looks in the park weren’t because I looked like Continue reading A quick note in the middle of feverish pdf editing
Oh clueless lady – I understand, really. It’s just that your parenting tactics were inconvenient as well as ineffective. You had your arms full. That’s hard. And your son didn’t want to leave the park and go home. Also understandable. Continue reading You had to Scare him with Spiders.
Those first few months of being home with my baby were weird; Science fiction weird,”Woman wakes up in uninhabited suburbia weird.” Who was I? What was I doing but holding a disconsolate child; I was certainly not getting any dishes Continue reading Colic and Kant: That Chapter in Nancy Piercy’s book
When I was carrying B, DH and I were living in Zion IL, and commuting respectively to Buffalo Grove and Grey’s Lake for work. We had one car, and were trying to get a few classes in at Trinity Seminary Continue reading The Lady with the Umbrella
This morning DH apologized for not washing the dishes – which had not bothered me until he mentioned it. Funny how the attitude to inconvenience changes everything. When my little kids wandered though the colic, I was ashamed – that Continue reading Interesting Article by Ajith Fernando
Another get your parents to pre-read it before you do, post. I had near daily morning sickness when I carried B, it stopped about 3 weeks before he was born.In the summer break between semesters tutoring at the community college, Continue reading Be careful not to judge…
Children, ask your parents to pre-read this entry. I was taking classes and working at a community college during part of our sojourn in Illinois; some classes for a teacher’s degree are cheaper at the college level; we’d sort of Continue reading *breath* is the father supportive?
Attention children: ask your parents to pre-read this first. I am not the best organized person – not even biologically, I have a whacky irregular period and so so fertility. So I found out I was pregnant 3 years ago Continue reading Women are More Autonomous…really?