The following is the first in a series of faux-Psalms, inspired by the elegant writing style of the Psalmists as well as the plight of the average stay at home mom. … Continue reading If King David Had Been A Stay At Home Mom, Psalm 1
Any time I read the Bible to the girls, I paraphrase using words they’ll understand. My 3 year old interjects her own interesting ideas, which often reveal how she as a toddler comprehends the Bible. Here’s a transcript of the adorable hilarity that went down this afternoon:
Guess who woke up at 4:00 AM bright eyed and bushy tailed? My one month old baby daughter, that’s who. Now, usually she wakes up to nurse at 12 AM, … Continue reading Mommy Sleep vs. Newborn Baby, Poopy Diapers, & An Oral-B Electric Toothbrush
“Mommy, please hold me,” the newborn said. “I have never been alone, and I don’t like it.” “Oh darling,” Mommy said, “You’re never alone. Sometimes I have to set you … Continue reading A Conversation Between A Newborn & Her Mommy
I’m in the process of transitioning my identity. I know, I know, that sounds really extreme. But I can’t think how else to describe it.
*The following post is to be read in your best British nature documentary narrator voice.*
After over two years of musical silence, we are finally gearing up to finish production on my next album.
Yeah. So, we’ve had a stomach virus here for about the past week, and today it culminated in one of the most craptastic days in my three year career so … Continue reading The Lorica of Saint Mommy of Sick Children
Frequently, as parents, we learn from our children. You’d think it would be the other way around, and it often is, but as Mommies and Daddies we do a lot … Continue reading Motherhood: A Corn Pop Parable
As she sat at the table sipping her coffee, Jennifer overheard the small voice of her young daughter saying encouragingly, “Eat, Baby! Eat! Mmmm! Eat!” Feeling a slight pang of … Continue reading Sense & Simplicity: Channeling Jane. Blogging Motherhood.
As a creative person I wear so many hats. There are just so many things I’m interested in! It used to be that I loved nothing more than composing songs, … Continue reading The Evolution of a Diva: Musician + Author < Mommy
This morning, as I nursed my one-month-old, ate a bowl of cereal, and spoon-fed my toddler breakfast all at the same time, it occurred to me that if I blogged … Continue reading No. I Don’t Have Tourrette’s. I’m A Mother.