I’ve met several people during my morning deliveries for the bakery.
This week, the kids want to impale me with a toy, people have a huge issue with my grocery list, and I don’t have a hard copy of the rules.
This week, the kids stand around naked for hours, tell me riddles with no answers and I accidentally yell at children that aren’t mine.
This week, the youngest wants to play chef and learns the value of “no” and the kids don’t know what my pants signify. WAIT! STOP! Before you go forward, go…
This week, I feed the kids crap so I can go to the gym and get healthy, I demand more from my fake help, and I drown in drinking cups.…
This week, I take up yoga for all the wrong (and right) reasons, I learn never to mess with stains and discuss common street signs.
This week, the kids play school (for some reason), I get mad at people on the street and I’ll go on any boring field trip.
This week, the kids try a foolproof way to wake me up, I realize I’m awful at remembering important dates and my daughter might be a motivational speaker in the making.
I never imagined after writing that first note that I’d be talking about number 500.
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This week, I revisit the holidays and Santa’s list, a flu shot puts me on the DL, I’m thinking about writing an instruction manual for parenting and the kids are losing WIFI privileges.
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This week, the little one tugs at my heartstrings, I give cooking advice and the library gets tough.
This time around, I talk about passing off my behavior to offspring, the pressure of the holidays, being forgetful and showing extra love to kids. If you’re behind on your…