Tag Archives: work out of the home parent

Where Were You?

Today is my babies’ half-birthday!  I made the mistake of telling them this yesterday, and immediately was met with demands of cake, candles and birthday hats.  They may not know what half means, but they certainly understand birthday. So, have … Continue reading

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The Circular Journey

It’s recently come to light that it will soon be time for me to become part of the workforce again.  You would think this would be great news, since I never really yearned to leave the workforce in the first … Continue reading

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The Fake Career Woman

A beautiful blogger and great friend of mine wrote a post today about being a fake stay at home mom (during break as a teacher.)  She got a lot of well-deserved hits, and I laughed at myself, saying, “I’m going … Continue reading

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Parental Preference

Our lives as parents are hard enough. We need to live each day knowing that our children love us with an unconditional intensity. To project our own insecurities on their toddlerhood actions will only make everyone’s life harder. Our children love us. They don’t forget us when we’re gone for the day. They don’t resent us. We shouldn’t resent ourselves, either. After all, putting food on the table is a big part of that love, a part they will understand with time. Continue reading

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