The recipe said to “tear the kale into bite-sized pieces.” I knew just the person for the job.
I’ve been reading back through some old posts (here and here); posts that I put up when I was the mother to one child – one young child who slept through the night – and I am struck by how much time I had to metabolize the parenting experiences I was having. I had time … More a mom of three
I have had the good fortune to meet – and work with – Dr. Dina Rose, who is the author of a wonderful blog called It’s Not About Nutrition. Her message is simple: we need to change the conversation around feeding our kids from focusing on *nutrition* (are you getting enough calcium?) to focusing on … More It’s Not About the Broccoli
Tim and I made the decision not to go home (our childhood home, Maine) for Thanksgiving or Christmas this year. We didn’t go to Maine for either of these holidays last year, but the difference is that my parents where with us for Thanksgiving and Tim’s parents for Christmas. This year it’s just the 5 … More traditions
For those of you who don’t know my husband, this will likely not make much sense and the joke will fail to land. For those of you who do know my husband… well…this speaks for itself. I put the lights on the Christmas tree this year, so Tim was responsible for designing and ordering the … More holiday card
For the last month, someone in our family has been sick. It started with Tim and I – sinus infections, turned viral infections – and moved Oliver and Eleanor who had high fevers for a week. Last night, Alice woke up ever hour or so crying, unable to get comfortable. She was congested and coughing … More Gold