He's growing, and I watch for signs of scurvy. Other than that, what's the big deal? I've got bigger things to worry about ... like figuring out what the kids did with my wine opener.
I am over the idea of having to be the “perfect” mom. But I’m still going to try my darnedest to improve by vowing to do these things.
There is no such thing as "women's work" in our house. It is “family work.” And our boys, ages 7 and 3, are expected to pitch in and help.
There's still this idea that a man can't be masculine and powerful, if he's also compassionate and emotional. I reject that thinking.
Santimommies: Tough love, perspective, and weepy memes aren't what a mom on the brink needs.
The fact is, dear husband, toddlers are tough. They don't have the tools to express themselves properly. So, instead they act like little a-holes.