It’s Like Riding a Bike, Easily Forgotten and Painful

It's like riding a bike; painful and easily forgotten

Both of my kids are learning to ride bikes right now. Jack is on a balance bike and Norah is rocking a tricycle. I’m all for getting them onto their various modes of fresh air transportation and seeing them embrace Read more…


How You Doin’: The Business of Busyness

The business of busyness

“How are you?” says Person A. “Busy” says Person B, in a frenzied state of self absorption assuming everyone else in the world is currently managing only one task at a time and taking breaks to eat bonbons. Oh, and Read more…


101 Baby Names Including Herkimer Sullivan

101 baby names including Herkimer Sullivan

Naming kids is hard. It seems super fun, but then all of a sudden you’ve worked out 14 different horrible nicknames for every single name in the baby book that you and your partner agree on. Or you realize that Read more…


1 Year of Love and Self-Deprecation: A Blogiversary

1 year of love and self-deprecation: A blogiversary

It’s been 365 days since I hit publish on my very first blog post. And 364 days since I realized that I had made at least two grammar mistakes. And 363 days since someone actually read that post. And 362 Read more…


5 Easy Baby Books for Scrapbooking Dropouts

5 non baby book baby books

I am a collector of memories. A moment curator. A true nostalgic. The type of person who should DEFINITELY be making baby books for her kids. But I’m not. Not really. For as much as I cherish little moments and Read more…


I’d Marry February – In Defense of America’s Least Favorite Month

I would marry February

You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Till It’s Gone We are deep into March and I’m feeling it in every bone in my body. In March, spring feels like a heartbeat away. You convince yourself that in a mere moment Read more…


100 Posts and The Reason I’ll Never Be a Knee Model

My mom HATES this story. And as a parent now I get why she hates it. She was going above and beyond as a mother; I was being kind of clumsy, and then I proceed to blame her for my Read more…