Since this topic is back in the news again, I thought I’d weigh in. When things go awry, people tend to point fingers somewhere. Often times families like mine get pointed at. My son lives with one parent (me) and hasn’t seen his other parent … Continue reading Our Home Is Not Broken
Two years ago, when I started my blog, I thought up a name for it that simply stated who I was and what I was doing. Seemed easy enough. It’s still true and it’s still the name I’m using. Because I thought I had things … Continue reading Why Don’t You?
I almost had to enroll my son in school. To most people, that’s not a big deal, it’s the norm. For us it would’ve been devastating. B has never been to school and thrives with an unschooling environment. He’s free to choose how he spends his … Continue reading When Everything Falls Apart
Most judgement of others comes from lack of information. I’d like to share why I have ‘that kid’ at the grocery store. Although my son just turned eight, he often sits in the shopping cart and…brace yourself for it…plays on his tablet. Yep, we do … Continue reading Judge Not
Sometimes single parenting sucks. There, I said it. I’m not trying to delude anyone into thinking that this doesn’t come with some definite challenges, so I’m sharing the not so pleasant aspects. You can’t just leave the kiddo with your spouse and run out to … Continue reading It’s Not All Rainbows And Unicorns