After experiencing the horrors of flying with a feral 3-year-old, if you’re ever in this position, I will help you. I will not judge. I will be your friend.
By Ruth Kogen Goodwin of ruthkgoodwin.com I’ll admit it. I was a panic shopper. Not for toilet paper, or canned food, or disinfectant. I had enough of that in my pantry and emergency kit. What I didn’t have, what I decided I urgently needed the night that schools closed, was a Chromebook for my first […]
The silver lining of all of this for me is that time seems to be standing still. And that means although my son will have to have a quarantined birthday, I get a few extra moments of seven with him.
By Jessica Tyler of I Dream of Naptime Wake up. Check email. Walk dog. Break up fight between kids. Prepare son’s school work folder because I was too damn tired last night. Make coffee (AMEN). Make breakfast. Make another breakfast. Change diaper. Log on to computer. Get kids dressed. Conference call. Start online school. Argue […]
Sure you have no clue what you’re doing and you’re always on the edge- but isn’t that the case with all aspects of your life?
Working from home with a baby and a toddler? Me too! It’s awesome. Here are some tips that are really in no way helpful.
What happens in a 30-minute timespan when you have an irrational 3-year-old and you’re waiting anxiously for the angry 5-year-old to wake up.
There’s panic and also beauty in this time of quarantine. Our lives are forever changed, as they were by 9/11, and we’ll see the best and worst of humanity.