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Sleep When I’m Dead

Losing sleep can take it's toll, but it can also lead to some laughs. So I guess I'll sleep when I'm dead.

My dear, sweet, angel 2 year old has developed an adorable new habit – getting out of her bed 1.5 million times a night. It’s so cute I could just burst! Or snark about it on Twitter. One or the Read more…


Tell Me Something Weird

Embrace your weird! Four questions to jumpstart conversation and learn about the weird in the people you love.

One of my feet is a full size bigger than the other one. I understand this may lead to three follow up questions: 1. What in the hell? 2. Is that for real? 3. How does she buy shoes? (Fair, Read more…


I Want To See You Be Brave

A lesson in being brave, from a two year old who loves The Little Gym

“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the assessment that something else is more important than fear.” -Franklin D. Roosevelt We’re supposed to teach our kids the important stuff. But all too often they end up teaching us, Read more…


Dude, Where’s My Hermit Crab?

Dude, where's my hermit crab? Cats make you sneeze? Consider getting a hermit crab as a pet.

“Mommy, why don’t we have a pet?” – Jack “Because all we have to eat in this house right now is cake frosting and wine. Do you really think I can be responsible for another living thing? – Me “…” Read more…


Erma Bombeck Thinks I’m Funny

Erma Bombeck - the godmother of parenting humor

Last week a piece I wrote about moving an elliptical machine into our house was published on the Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop site. When I found out it had been accepted I lost my chill. ALL of it. Why? Because Read more…


43 of the Funniest Parents on Twitter

43 Hilarious Parents on Twitter

Twitter is to funny parents as Instagram is to really beautiful people who are somehow always on a beach. It’s where we shine. Where we can really spread our wings and fly. Where we can say “huh, I wonder if Read more…


What’s Wrong With Being (Mostly) Confident?

confidence With Love and Little Self-Deprecation

Mother’s Day started at 1:43am in our house. With vomit. I don’t know what was going on with our 1 year old, seemed like a boot and rally situation. But it was definitely a two parent level boot. Glen got Read more…


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