Do Not Want to Miss It Jennifer Andersen How do I explain the monotony that I experience at least once during each of my days now? That chasing my two year old around the yard while he stops and Continue reading Do Not Want to Miss It
We can never be prepared for parenthood. We can think of things from our baby’s perspective though as is shared here in A Letter From Your Baby. Welcome to Our Muddy Boots! Please like our Facebook page, follow us on Continue reading Dear Mom and Dad: A Letter From Your Baby
Dear Owen, Yesterday we went swimming.You, your dad, Sydney and I. You had been asking for all of us to go for days. You have been taking lessons and are doing so well, and you love being in the water Continue reading Learning To Know You: A Letter To My Son
Reference has been made to “The Age of Overparenting” and admittedly I am not sure what practices this is referring to. The term itself does concern me. In an age where activities, school and media disconnect us from our instincts Continue reading Is it possible to “over” love your child?
About a year ago I posted about House Rule #1, which basically stated that any minute my husband was not working, he must have a child with him. Whether he had to run to the store, had just walked through Continue reading Changing The Rules: Wanting A Kid With You Most Of The Time
Why is it that after so much talk, writing and sharing of the concept of stay at home parenting so many of us still feel so alone? Many of our partners still don’t “get it” and sometimes even blame us Continue reading Sending Support and Love