Black History = American History

My daughter and I have been talking about black history lately. She just started kindergarten and sometimes I worry that she’s too young to hear about so much pain. That thought is quickly followed by this one: “What a privilege. How nice to be able to protect her from that because she’s young – and…… Continue reading Black History = American History

Expectation vs. Reality: An Honest Look at Maternity Leave

In addition to caring for F3 on maternity leave, here is a list of some of the things I expected to accomplish: Get ahead on my goal to read 12 books this yearBegin to wrap up PMP training for certificationRoutinely attend workout classesFinish the Kon-Mari process for my homeSoak up all the vitamin DSetup regular…… Continue reading Expectation vs. Reality: An Honest Look at Maternity Leave

Currently Watching: Rachel Hollis Presents: Made for More

Rachel Hollis, for those of you who don’t know, is the author of Girl, Wash Your Face. That’s for me. I didn’t know. But my girlfriend did and when we were perusing Amazon Prime together this past Friday, she pointed out this documentary and told me that 1) I need to step out from under my…… Continue reading Currently Watching: Rachel Hollis Presents: Made for More

Postpartum Self Care

The conversations started well before I became pregnant with my son. They came up when people asked me how I felt about pregnancy and about the 4th trimester and about the first year. They came up when one of my friends announced she was pregnant and again when her beautiful baby was born. I was…… Continue reading Postpartum Self Care