This post has been modified from the version I wrote for the Nearpod blog.
It happens every time.
It might happen after my first draft. Or, it might happen after several revisions. Inevitably, I reach a point where I get stuck. Banging-my-head-against-a-wall, pulling-my-hair-out stuck. Continue reading “Pushing Through Stuck”
I have an inkling that Halloween fun will follow a bell curve according to my kids’ ages. Currently, we’re on an uphill swing. Continue reading “Halloween Fun”
I love General Conference. It’s like Christmas without all the commercialism. We hear God speak through the Prophet, Apostles and other church leaders; we are inspired and guided by His words. Before General Conference, I pray to know what questions I should be asking, and on Saturday morning, I write down all my questions at the top of my notes in a red pen. Continue reading “I Love General Conference”
Two was a big year for our little guy. He became a big brother, learned to use the potty, saw a total solar eclipse, learned the hard letters in the alphabet (his favorites have always been P is for poo-poo, T is for train), moved to a new apartment, got his own room, and expanded his conversational vocabulary exponentially (read: he became a little word sponge, talking machine!). Continue reading “Boogie Turns Three”
Once in a while, I come out of my survival-mode, you-can’t-tell-now-but-I-swear-I-was-cool-once momlife and do something really awesome (thanks for the tip, Alice!). The Color Factory, a pop-up art exhibition in San Francisco, was one of those times. Complete with color-themed rooms, interactive exhibits, a scratch-and-sniff color wall and themed snacks, this was one experience our whole family will never forget.
Just peep the pictures. Continue reading “The Color Factory”