Thoughts & Happenings | September 16, 2019

Here’s what I’m thinking about while sitting in the podiatrist’s waiting room. Joshua’s toes became infected over the weekend. 😦 I feel bad for him - he has been through so much with his toes. We’re waiting, as I said, to see his podiatrist. I don’t even know what can be done because he’s already … Continue reading Thoughts & Happenings | September 16, 2019

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Thoughts & Happenings | September 3, 2019

Here's what I have on my mind today. I had a really productive three day weekend. I planned out some new school stuff for the boys, bought new resources (and printed some things), figured out what I want to do about afternoon/evening electronics and the kids earning them each day, and planned home projects and … Continue reading Thoughts & Happenings | September 3, 2019

Showing Him that He Still Matters

I've found that motherhood - and specifically motherhood involving two special needs children (plus three without special needs) - creates a very real challenge in regard to how much time I have for my husband. There are so many things that require my attention. Housework, school planning, child care, self care. It’s sometimes overwhelming. But … Continue reading Showing Him that He Still Matters

Weeknight Dinners | Part One

If you need a few new dinners to try, and you're looking for something simple, these are the ones for you. All four of these meals are quick & easy to throw together, and don't even require a recipe. Just use the amounts of things called for that work for you and your family. 🙂 … Continue reading Weeknight Dinners | Part One

Thoughts & Happenings | August 27, 2019

This is what I'm thinking about on this rather cool, late-August evening. We had a massively productive day yesterday and again today. Maggie and I have been working on organizing and shifting things around the house. The goal is to make each room of the house more functional. For example, having the girls' toys out … Continue reading Thoughts & Happenings | August 27, 2019

The 3 Reasons I Chose a Repeat Cesarean Instead of a VBAC

I was four centimeters dilated when I went to the hospital that night. Of course, that wasn't news to me, I had already been dilated for weeks. For some reason, my body seems to like to get the ball rolling well before showtime. At any rate, I was dilated. But I wasn't in labor. I … Continue reading The 3 Reasons I Chose a Repeat Cesarean Instead of a VBAC