Finding balance, Parenting

End of School Year Blues

Most days as a working mom I feel overtired, under-caffeinated, overwhelmed, under-performing and barely holding it together. But at the end of the school year? At the end of the school year, I feel like I am being tested to within an inch of my limits. Everyone's going to be very lucky if the Farrow Family doesn't accidentally send Green eggs and ham served on a TCU platter with bits of chocolate and a flashlight in it on Field Day!

Random Thoughts

National Infertility Awareness Week Part 1 – My Lonely Journey Through Infertility

At the time, I didn't realize how many women struggled with infertility. No one talked about it. It wasn't until after we'd had our children that we realized how many others had gone through this struggle before us. That is why I want to share my story. I want women who are struggling with infertility to know that you are not alone! And I want women who don't struggle with infertility to be sensitive to the possibility that a dear friend or relative might be facing fertility challenges.

Family, Finance

Four Reasons to Have Weekly Meetings With Your Spouse

Tuesday nights at our house are not very exciting after we put the kids to bed. There is no romance, no binge-watching our favorite shows, not even chit-chat recounting the funny stories from the day. Every Tuesday night, Matt and I convene at the kitchen table for what resembles a weekly staff meeting. It started… Continue reading Four Reasons to Have Weekly Meetings With Your Spouse