Bluing Agents and Cupcakes as Gifts

It's Mother's Day. I have mixed feelings about the holiday. It's a muddy one for me. I worry basically all day every day about my kids. And how I'm parenting them. About our relationship, and about their attachment. The assumptive schemas they're forming of the world, strengthening with every experience and interaction. Core beliefs about … Continue reading Bluing Agents and Cupcakes as Gifts

Bike Rides and the Princess of Kata

Oh. My. Gooooooorrrrrrd. Today is like the longest, least good (zip it, phrase police), most tense shoulder day of all of the days. I swear that I could generate electricity with the energy generated by the tension in my shoulder blades at the end of the day. They positively hum. I understand how Atlas felt. … Continue reading Bike Rides and the Princess of Kata

James Breakwell and the End of the World

  I got a good tip from a dear friend that James Breakwell wrote a book. I don't know a lot of things that most people know because I tend to spend a lot of time parenting and just generally lamenting the freedom and capricious abandon with which I cluelessly lived my life before having … Continue reading James Breakwell and the End of the World