Sometimes it feels like I post a lot of less-than-happy content here as we navigate our way through this 2e life. It’s not all doom and gloom – sometimes we get to celebrate the little victories and hold out hope
Chances are you’ve heard this comment before. Especially if you’re homeschooling, or planning on homeschooling. If you poke your head into a homeschooling group and ask a question about academics for your preschooler, odds are you’re going to hear
My life feels like a series of whiplashes and rollercoaster ups and downs. For every one thing I post about my kids that’s positive, they do something equally boneheaded and unbelievable. Kids are like that – but like everything
I thought we were headed to the ER. As we pounded up the stairs, me running slightly behind Mr. Genius, all the horribly possibilities flashed before my eyes. Maybe he jumped off the bed again even though we’ve told
I’m drained. Emotionally and physically, I’m just out. Out of energy, out of emotion, out of endurance. This last week – month! – has been a marathon of the less positive aspects of 2e. The Engineer’s issues are cyclic.