Started one thing and now we’re doing another.
Yes, Mom, I do actually say “No,” to my toddler. Still, I struggle to know how much and when and where to say no.
I learn to focus on different joys in life.
Parenting guilt is everywhere, even in fried chicken. I digress. Apparently the French know better.
Since the toddler’s birth (almost two years ago now!) I’ve had a lot of difficulty in feeling like I was doing well in motherhood.
Recently read Tiffany Dufu’s Drop the Ball and a few things caused me to think about more things than I could squeeze into an Instagram caption.
When I was in teacher’s college, a speaker told us that to be the best teacher, we had to settle for mediocrity. Sounds terrible, right?