I wish I could stay calm and cool. I wish I was one of those parents who so rarely raises their voice that when they do, kids attend immediately. Their teachers are particularly skilled. Kids will be being kids, unruly and giggly and squirmy, and the teacher will […]
Just shared an embarrassing story from this past weekend over at Mothers in Medicine. Type A healthcare professionals, this may apply to you!
I am so freaking proud of myself. It’s the end of summer vacation. There’s no more camp, no routine. Sleep and wake schedules are wacky. These kids are kind of dysregulated. And, Oh, they were terrible. They were at each other’s throats. There was pulled hair […]
…and I wrote all about it on the Mothers in Medicine group blog: We lost our s–t with the stranger who criticized our kid
But my poor choices put him at risk in the first place. It was a gorgeous summer Saturday morning. I had originally planned to leave Babyboy with Hubby and take Babygirl with me to visit a friend and her new babies. But, Hubby had a number of broadcast […]