I wanted to share a free tele-class tomorrow at 12pm EST for Boston moms coping in the aftermath of our city’s tragedy. Mommybites Boston, along with Dr. Kate Roberts, a Boston-based child psychologist, will be leading the discussion. Registration link below:
From Mommybites Boston:
Our facilitator will be Dr. Kate Roberts, a child psychologist and parenting coach with over 25 years of experience. . . . → Read More: Teleclass: Helping Parents Talk To and Calm Their Children After Boston’s Tragedy
For the first time in over thirty years, I missed the Boston Marathon. I missed my street being closed off, I missed the early morning quiet transforming into a carnival-like day. I missed people setting up lawn chairs on the side of Comm. Ave, the balloon and food vendors, the music, the joy. We have timed our crossing of the route to see friends (you . . . → Read More: Marathon
Sometimes we are in maintenance mode but today is not one of those days. Computers and printers are not playing well together and I may even have to read one of those stupid owner’s manuals then not one but two light bulbs chose to break off in the dining room ceiling fixture, and I broke a mug and a sugar bowl. Bonus morning!
So after . . . → Read More: A Fix-It Morning
We are predisposed to love burgers and fries in my family, so the prospect of a nearby Shake Shack has been happily anticipated. We are not, however, fans of long lines, (i.e., Disney World, first run movies, that kind of line) and we have been postponing our Shake Shack outing until things quieted down. However, today when I unexpectedly found myself with 45 minutes to . . . → Read More: Love Shake Shack?