“Leave me alone,” my daughter whines, pushing me away. “Let me help you,” I say fiddling with the source of her angst, a stubborn clasp on a pair of scuffed Mary Janes. But it’s no use: I’m talking to her hand, which is now sprawled across my face. Thankfully, my daughter’s sass doesn’t last long.Read the whole post >>
Here’s a guest post written by my own mom in honor of the anniversary of my grandmother’s death on Thanksgiving Day 39 years ago. Mom, I’m so thankful to have you in my life and to hear stories of Grandma Dorothy. I may have never known her, but I love her all the same andRead the whole post >>
I have a new article over at Inside Catholic: A Moral Case Against High Taxation.
You can read my latest parenting column today: Momraderie. (You might recognize a phrase or two from some of my most recent posts.)
I have a confession to make: I have become a desperate housewife. I always assumed a life domesticity would be easy for me. After all, I’m known for being organized bordering on anal and consider myself an amateur epicure who enjoys time spent in the kitchen. So when I became an at-home mom almost fourRead the whole post >>