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Tag: stay at home mom

I Work Mostly with Women

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If you’re looking for your own voice, take it one day at a time. Look around you at the inspirational women in our own Fort Worth community. Women are paving the way one step at a time, and you can, too.

Five Tips for Surviving “Work from Home” Life

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I haven’t regretted my decision to work from home for a second, but it’s definitely been something I’ve had to (and still am) learning to get used to. Going from having to be at the office at a certain time on certain days to being able to work whenever (and wherever) is a whole new world. 

Dyslexia and the Back to School Dreads

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I'll laugh and joke about how relieved I am to be sending the kids off to school for eight hours everyday, but the truth is I'm nervous. Not first-day-jitter, nervous. No this is more of a my-child-has-dyslexia-so-please-be-kind nervous.

Five Reasons to Fall in Love with the Fort Worth Library

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If you're new to the Fort Worth Library, like I was, below are five general categories of offerings that await you. Go ahead and explore; you might just fall in love!

Eviction Notice to the Work-from-Home-Dad

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What I am trying to say here is . . . you're getting an eviction notice. It's not that we don't adore you. We do, but this just isn't working out. 

Postcard to My Weaning Self: Wish You Were Here

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Losing that nursing bond feels strangely like mourning, like you're giving up being her Mommy as your lactation shuts down. You feel betrayed by your breasts, and guilty for taking the vacation, for leaving your daughter behind, and for getting so wrapped up in the move across town. You feel ashamed for not having better prepared her for this. And now you are stuck in transition between breast and bottle -- desperate to move forward because there is no going back.

Pulling Up Those Mom Jeans in Times of Crisis

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A split second later, as I turned to take those short three steps back to the bed, I heard it. A loud THUD. My heart dropped and when I had fully turned around I saw my son lying breathless with his back on the floor. He looked panicked, and my heart then shattered into a TRILLION little pieces.