Monthly Archives: June 2011
School’s out for the summer and Daddy is taking over Xi care for the next 10 weeks. Lucky bastard.
Vicki posted this article on Facebook and it really made me think of how much I use appearance as a starting point when talking to kids, particularly girls. I went to a dinner party at a friend’s home last weekend, … Continue reading
I love this little tip from Oprah’s Greatest Lessons: When your child walks in the room, does your face light up? One of Oprah’s favorite lessons comes from Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison and the question she asked of all … Continue reading
Last Sunday, I spend all day assisting at the Landmark Forum. It was a loooong day (730am-1130pm) and was a great exercise in being present. I had volunteered my time thinking that I can only assist for an entire day, … Continue reading
Before I was a mother, I had no interest in children, let alone having them. I decided to become a mother because…well, I really don’t know. I always knew I would eventually have children because I had a sneaking suspicion … Continue reading
It’s summer in NYC! Oh how I love the seasons! When it gets too hot or too cold, you know, for sure, it will change. It’s always transient, and hence always novel. Spring, summer, fall, winter, it brings different things … Continue reading