Month: June 2014

How quickly time passes.

I’ve found myself more emotional in the months following the birth of my second child than in the months following my first. I don’t think this is a postpartum-depression kind of thing, but rather a deeper-understanding-of-the-preciousness-of-life kind of thing. My daughter turns 3 in a few months. She’s a full blown little kid. I know […] Read more…

Hope, rejection, and fabulous parties.

Hope and rejection, two emotions, contrary yet intertwined. This is what I should be writing about tonight. I’ve tried to craft thoughts into words enough to form a post worth reading…but I just can’t do it. Not yet. Not tonight. I’m too fresh off a recent rejection. I need time for hope to seep back […] Read more…

SAHMusings: Will You Be My Friend?

I found this link in my facebook feed last night. I had actually been thinking of writing something somewhat similar (though likely not as eloquent) for a couple weeks now. The article made me cry. Is that dumb? I was never much of a crier before I had kids. Really, I kind of prided myself […] Read more…