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She Only Used to Want Daddy...
Food / Theater Kids↹Festival

She Used to Only Want Daddy…

“Hi, mommy!” Jai shrieked in a completely clear and high-pitched musical note. “Mommy! Hi! Hiiiii! Mommy! Mommmmmyyyy…!”   The hubs and I had not long dragged our suitcases into the house after five days away in what has been gloried as our most relaxing trip as a couple ever, even beating out our honeymoon. Jrue was laying in…

June 10, 2018
Interview With a 5-Year-Old
Kids↹Leisure Technology / Imagination

Interview With a 5-Year-Old

In honor of my Jrue’s fifth birthday on June 7, I thought it great to crack open his brain and take a peek inside, something I had not performed since he began specialized education and consistent speech therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder. I discussed the discovery of his unique…

June 6, 2018
One Million Hair Follicles
Food / Theater Kids↹Festival

One Million Hair Follicles

I am practicing the school of thought where I speak as positively as possible about my baby girl’s hair so that the good vibes will have a trickle-down effect. This works sort of in the way of the “ask and you shall receive” maxim. In the recent past,…

June 3, 2018
Giveaway: Big Box of Diapers Runs May 31-June 14
Mommy↹Society

Giveaway: Big Box of Diapers Runs May 31-June 14

3AM Mea is giving away one economy box of Pampers Baby-Dry® Diapers, valued at approximately $45.00, in any one size newborn-size 6 to a randomly-chosen winner who “shares” the giveaway link on Facebook or “retweets” the giveaway link on Twitter. The prize chosen is in packaging similar to that…

May 31, 2018
That Big Box of Diapers
Mommy↹Society

That Big Box of Diapers

When I was expecting Jrue, I didn’t truly know what to request when friends and family would ask what they should buy for the baby. I was entirely new to the idea of a baby and, then, he was a boy, the first on my generational line on…

May 30, 2018
Surviving the Mall Playground
Kids↹Sports

Surviving the Mall Playground

As my little babies have evolved into bouncing toddlers, I have discovered that there is gold within the designated children’s play areas in local malls, even as the spaces around the entertainment mounds wither under the slow demise of the shopping mall sector. If compared…

May 27, 2018
Back Talk and Tears
Food / Theater Kids↹Festival

Back Talk and Tears

We stood face-to-tummy, a stand-off of sorts, him scowling at what had to be a comparable discontent reflecting back. I had instructed Jrue, “No, not right now,” and how did he respond? By screeching his initial question again, much too loudly, and throwing his arms back in an apparent rage.  …

May 24, 2018
My Baby Graduated From Pre-K
Food / Theater Kids↹Festival

My Baby Graduated From Pre-K

In August 2017, I reflected on the philosophical meaning behind my first child’s admittance into pre-kindergarten in a blog post. I talked about adjusting to a new wake-up time and an odd pick-up time. Jrue used to verbally disgorge everything he’d heard in a day in to-the-minute vocal tones…

May 21, 2018
Mommin, According to Dad
Daddy↹Society

Mommin, According to Dad

Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers out there. I know this is supposed to be a post about a dad’s perspective on “mommin.” But, I believe the best light on the subject would start at me as a child. I have never been…

May 13, 2018