The girls asked about subs (not the sandwich), chisels and glands. #GoAskDaddy
Weekend reads 6: Some rules, and ways yoga ruins our lives.
I’m just not good at some stuff. Some stuff you know about. You know, portion control and getting my hair cut at regular intervals. Okay, and there’s that keeping-your-car-clean thing, too. I’m also not good at promoting a book that I have a small part in. And it’s a book an author who knows her … Continue reading I Didn’t Die From Writing a Post About a Book I’m in Called ‘But Did You Die?’
A little more than a year ago, I stood outside with my 11-year-old as she took pictures of a rare winter landscape here. “I am where I am,” I said, of course, in 27-degree weather wearing shark pajama bottoms with a curious child who goes out of her way to spend time with me. It’s … Continue reading How to Recognize Your Past to Appreciate Where You Are
I hated when TV networks did it. They’d roll the credits near the end of the NFL broadcast, to give thanks to everyone on the crew and declaring that “any rebroadcast of this telecast without the express written consent of the NFL is strictly prohibited.” Go stuff it, Dick Enberg. Kiss it, Bob Trumpy. It ain’t … Continue reading 17 Years Later, Plenty of Parenting Left to Do
Julia Tomiak of Diary of a Word Nerd tells us about the soccer coaching tenants that should be part of our parenting routine.
Sometimes, you don’t choose your team. Your team chooses you. Elise’s first season in youth soccer came and went with much chaos and discord. The coach of the Red Raptors had two kids – younger than 6 – on the roster. She spent more time yelling at them than teaching. The next year, a mom … Continue reading Guest Post: Melissa of Home on Deranged, on Youth Sports
These are my five observabile little things in parenthood.
The answers will shock you. Unless you’re thinking peace, quiet, and cuddling.
Amber McCrea is a Life Learner, Truth Seeker, and Health Nut. She’s the latest feature on #GirlsRock. Check it out.