Tag Archives: parenting

Individual Connections and School Work

If you have children, you’ve probably noticed that flexibility is a helpful tool for parents.  It seems like something is always shifting, someone’s schedule needs to be tweaked, some new phase is starting.  This on-your-toes-keeping can be fraught with drama (when … Continue reading

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“Abundance, Mayhem, and the Joys of Motherhood”

Last year I recommended Rachel Jankovic’s Loving the Little Years for its insightful perspective on taking joy in having small children.  If you’ve got kids over the toddler/preschool age, I’d also recommend Jankovic’s follow-up book Fit to Burst : Abundance, … Continue reading

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Twitterature: Some Super Quick Reviews

Modern Mrs. Darcy’s Twitterature round-up seems like a good opportunity to tell y’all about a bunch of books I read that lend themselves to short reviews.  I can’t promise 140 characters (Hello, my name is Catherine, and I’m addicted to … Continue reading

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