It’s 6:45 a.m., and I’m crying like a baby, you guys. Yesterday was a long day. In my house, we relish our weekends, particularly the ability to sleep in. Of course, I can’t really do that anymore (because menopause and almost 18 years of getting up early to do all the mom things that must … Modeling Graciousness, Part II: The Long Run
The choices we make. Every day. Modeling graciousness. Prioritizing connection over control. Placing relationship before “teaching.” I thought I’d share an example from this morning. We had a four day weekend at our house–my daughter’s school is on an atypical schedule. So four days of not getting up early (yay.) Today was back to routine–6:15 … The Choices We Make – Everyday Teen Edition
We have a new rule in our house these days: Everything is my fault. No matter what. If the conditioner bottle in the shower is empty, it’s my fault. If the egg yolk breaks (she hates that) when it is going into the pan, it’s my fault. If it gets to be 3:00 in the … It’s All My Fault. All of it.