What kind of mother gets a call about her child's behavior the third week of kindergarten?
Well, there she is. My sweet, beautiful snowflake began school all starry eyed and excited. Well, maybe I was more excited than my child. We read over the behavior expectations and color chart. Everything was going swimmingly. Fine, I’ll admit, there had been one episode where the principal had to run the kids out of the bathroom on the second day of school, but other than that we were off to a great start. At 8:30 a.m. one day in the middle of the week the kindergarten teach
Calling a Truce in the Mom Wars
For years I felt like a failure because I couldn’t handle being a stay at home mom. Comments like “We’d live on bread and milk if that’s what it took for me to be able to stay home” and “But don’t you see the productivity in raising your children?” did nothing to ease my self-inflicted mom-guilt. I hoped this pettiness had ended, but evidently I was wrong. Earlier this week a woman in a Facebook group asked how we did it all, you know, killing it with our growing enterprises,