NaBloPoMo: what our babies teach us

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Yesterday’s National Blog Posting prompt was “What are five funny (but real) things your current relationship has taught you?” (I know, I know, I’m a day late. For what it counts, I wrote this out in my head last night while nursing the little man to sleep. Half-credit?) Continue reading “NaBloPoMo: what our babies teach us”


When silence is warranted

I almost didn’t write today, partly because the question of the day once again did nothing for me. The prompt was something on divorce. I didn’t feel like writing about conflict of any form when I’m facing enough conflict in my life right now.  Continue reading “When silence is warranted”

Cast your vote and cook a turkey

What was your worst Thanksgiving food fail?

Probably last year, when Sean and I had no idea how to season our turkey and went overboard on the salt and spices. It turns out, there is most definitely such a thing as too much flavor. I could go in greater detail about this turkey, but, I’d much rather shift today’s writing prompt to a different kind of failure.  Continue reading “Cast your vote and cook a turkey”

NaBloPoMo: Nostalgic for a couch

I have 2 hours and 15 minutes left of the day as I start to write today’s open-ended entry for National Blog Posting Month. I almost skipped it, but my friend kicked my butt back into gear.

Today was busy, and the bulk of it was spent looking for the perfect couch.  A couch which has me incredibly emotional despite not even owning it yet. Proof that when you become a mom, you get emotional over everything. Apparently I love couches like Brick loves lamp. Continue reading “NaBloPoMo: Nostalgic for a couch”