Do you want to know what really ruffles my feathers? Gets my goat? Grinds my gears?
The TV was getting a lot of attention, and my creativity was drying up quickly. I needed some kind of incentive to push George to do something other than beg me for more TV time. And so, I did what all good parents do when they need fresh ideas.
Last month, I came across The American Heiress by Daisy Goodwin and decided it needed a new home on my bookshelf…next to my stacks of other books that I’m sure I’ll get to someday very, very soon.
I have a bone to pick with the “gender fluidity” shenanigans creeping into our country’s culture.
That little boy isn’t going to be this small ever again. And I think it’s precious that he organizes his periodic table of elements cards by color while I read The Cat in the Hat to him.
OK, I don’t care who you are. If you claim “The whole world knows and loves this book,” you have serious backbone, my friend.
Today, I thought I’d entertain you with the musings of my 3-year-old. I hope it’s not just my husband and me who find him hilarious, as these are quickly becoming my favorite posts.
Something has been happening for some time now. I had the feeling it was coming. I thought it’d be fairly cute—and it is—but it can also be very convicting.
I’m especially enthusiastic if the X or Q are creative alternatives to “xylophone” or “quilt.” Actually, I habitually flip to those pages to see if the book is worth reading.
I thought it’d be fun to share some of my favorite things with you. I came up with nine, because I seem incapable of rounding it up to 10.