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The two words you should NEVER say to your children
Boy Mom Life, Her

The Two Words I Never Say To My Kids

We’re entering a tough phase in our house. It’s this place where some of my children (or more specifically, my oldest child) have become old enough to warrant the expectations of a big kid, but my younger kids are still milking all the perks that come with being “too little” for most acts…

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The five WORST habits
Boy Mom Life

Five Bad Habits I Have No Intention of Giving Up

I have so many bad habits. In 31 years, I have somehow accumulated a list of weird, off-putting, neurotic idiosyncracies that would make even Larry David wince. Some of them are run-of-the-mill, some are too embarrassing to write about and I will never tell you about them – never EVER! But just…

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I Wish My Kids Could Live in Throwback Thursday

Being a kid in the 21st century should be a blast. Cartoons are available 24/7, there are healthy foods that actually taste semi-good and you can ride to and from school on your very own hoverboard! Okay, well that last one may not be true, but because Back to the Future…

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What the Heck Do I Do All Day?

Most of you know I’ve been spending much of my free time these last few weeks, zoning out and watching all seven seasons of Mad Men on Netflix. Besides intensifying a craving for cigarettes that I never knew I had, this show has offered me so many, many things: an appreciation…

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13.1 Miles to Guilt-Free Chocolate Milk

In 2006 I ran the Boston Marathon. I plodded along the 26.2 miles from Hopkinton to Boston, with no music and no running buddy. Just me and my Asics, pounding the pavement for four hours and three minutes. When the race was over, I got a participatory medal and a…

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Boy Mom Hacks, Her

10 Things that Everyone Can Agree are the Worst

Sometimes I feel moved to write a serious blog post. Something that will (hopefully) make my readers think outside of themselves. Like a moving piece about the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri or a diatribe against the processed food industry or a soliloquy on the good works of Pope Francis. **insert thumbs down…

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