Yes, my son is fairly tall for his age. Yes, my daughter can communicate when she needs a new diaper. But what can’t little kids do?
If you’re feeling lonely, overlooked, or forgotten, you have to make an effort. Everyone is generally self-centered. We’re all concerned about our lives, our issues, and our little worlds. Sometimes, it takes a little effort for others to notice we exist.
I realize librarians don’t seem particularly intimidating, but this is where the rest of the world is wrong and I’m right.
With the gentle push of God, my husband and I have settled on a big life change.
I’m always amazed at how simple life seems when I’m with only one of my children.
If you’re yearning for a world filled with corsets, titled, wealthy landowners, and snobby British folk, pick up Mama’s May Reading Challenge book, The American Heiress by Daisy Goodwin.
As I look around the gym at the other exercise participants, I’ve started to realize something.
My husband doesn’t seem to have a sweet tooth. I’m not sure when it fell out or didn’t grow in right, but his self control around a dessert table astounds me.
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.