Monthly Archives: August 2013

Things Did Get Better

It’s been three days since my last post where I shared that I had had a couple of bad parenting days. On the second day, I took a coffeehouse break, and journaled,(Get the details here.). It got better by the … Continue reading

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A Hard Earned Productive Day

Today, I had a great morning, a really difficult afternoon, and a hopeful evening. This morning, both kids needed to go to the doctor. I actually managed to get to the appointment that was just one hour after wake up … Continue reading

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Light at The End of The Potty Training Tunnel

Well, I am finally at a point where I can actually see a near future where my 3-year-old son is no longer wearing diapers! Bill is now officially wearing underwear! Yay! Of course, we are working on keeping them dry, … Continue reading

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Studying to become a professional parent

I recently started a parenting course. It’s from the Lefkoe Institute, and it’s called Parenting the Lefkoe Way. I’m really excited about it! I was listening to the creator of the program, Shelly Lefkoe, speak on The Great Parenting Show … Continue reading

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The sweetest words

This morning my son and I were playing with his sister. She was laughing and smiling! My son turned to me and said: she has love in her heart for you, mommy! It brought tears to my eyes. I said: … Continue reading

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You Don’t Love Me

Well, my son said, you don’t love me, for the first time. He wanted my help getting to sleep, instead of his father’s help, the other night. Even though I know he didn’t mean it —most days he refers to … Continue reading

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