And to all parents faced this problem when booking a flight and can’t get seats together. Don’t sit with your kid. Are you kidding me? That’s my dream. Do you know how much I would enjoy my flight if I could sit quietly by myself without constant interruption? Bring on the bar cart. Let my kids be […]
The good news (exciting announcement part) is I got a new gig. I’m now a complete part of your balanced parenting diet on Today’s Mama, the official (according to me) guide to good parenting or average parenting or just barely mediocre parenting because I’m not here to tell you what to do. So now you […]
Over the weekend I decided not to give up writing after all. Who am I kidding? Then I’d have no one to talk to, and I’d have to go back to talking to my husband, and he has no time for that, which is why I started writing in the first place. If I stopped […]
Good morning all. Although I typically don’t post on weekends, this morning I have some exciting news. Today I’m featured in the Mamapedia Voices section, which highlights “selected writers, from up-and-coming mom bloggers to well-known mom experts.” The cool thing is I’ve always considered myself to be both an up-and-coming blogger and an expert. It’s […]
For today’s post I have prepared for you a lovely little tid bit that’s in keeping with my Detached Parenting theory. Last week on Twitter I wrote: Bought a box of Mallomars and Oreos on Tuesday. By Thursday they were gone. How do you people manage to feed more than two kids?
The Detached Parenting Movement (trademark pending) was spontaneously founded over a decade ago in St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital at the time of birth of my first child. And my belief in it has grown ever since. At the time of its inception I did not realize I was embarking on a life-long movement, but as I […]
A few weeks ago I wrote about the Detached Parenting Movement (DPM), which I’m proud to say I founded. I wrote about it’s inception and the history of the movement over at my blogger buddy’s site, Life According to Julie. But there’s more to be done (and said) on this topic. To demonstrate what I’m talking about […]