Tag Archives: Perfection

I wish people would stop using the “P” word.

The "P" Word

At every age and every stage, this word finds a way to creep in. It has the same effects on us – whether we are learning how to draw, ride a bike, picking out our wedding dress, holding our first child, or juggling the craziness that is parenthood or a thriving career. Perfect.  It all […]

The biggest lie we tell our children (without saying a word)

Things I learned in 2nd Grade

It has been awhile since I read the book “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten” by Robert Fulghum.  It was in my pre-parenthood days.  It was so insightful, so refreshing, so inspiring when I read it. Then I had children, and now I have an entirely different perspective as I’m living […]

My Eureka! Moment


Have you ever had one of those moments when an epiphany just hits you out of nowhere?  That moment when something that may have alluded you your entire life is just so obvious and once you realize it you can’t get it out of your mind? When these moments hit me (and I am able), […]