Category Archives: motherhood

I’m a Stay At Home Mom, and I Suck At It.

I’ve talked before about how I hate play, or how I’m not good at it. Maybe it’s purely mindset, maybe it’s my personality but I have a difficult time making Tails or BuzzLightyear talk about nothing and everything for hours upon hours on end. Does it make me a bad mom that at least 50% […]

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Life Is Hard When You Forget to Follow Your Instincts

A few weeks ago, after breakfast my 3 year old took off his clothes and then said to me, “Mommy, I want to pee on the potty.” We ran to the bathroom and he went and then I asked if he wanted to get dressed again and he said, “No.” And that was that. He […]

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2 Reasons Play and Motherhood is Hard

Motherhood is hard. Not necessarily because parenting is a challenge or tantrums happen or even the tears and the fear and the doubt. Sometimes motherhood is hard because I feel like a failure. I don’t enjoy play and as much as I try to embrace what the lovely Kathy Stowell has to say on the […]

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