Project We: Waiting

Webster defines waiting as: To stay or rest in expectation; to stop or remain stationary till the arrival of some person or event; to rest in patience; to stay; not to depart. [1913 Webster] This, clearly, is not the correct word to use for what my children do – as when they “wait” there is [Read On]

Project We: Kindness (or, I Love It When My Kids Don’t Kill Each Other)

I love my children. They are very sweet, loving and kind. This is not just my own biased opinion – this has in fact been pointed out by their teachers at school.  They show a compassion for other children that I think is beyond their years sometimes. Until it comes to each other. Why is [Read On]

Project We: Yellow

Last week’s “Project We” subject was “yellow” and I will fully admit that my entry is late because, well, I was really lacking inspiration. Yellow is not my favorite color. Yellow also has a lot of negative connotations: a person can be “yellow-bellied” or have a “yellow streak”. It’s not often associated as being a [Read On]

Project We: New

Today, we are embarking on a new adventure. The prompt for this first week is “new”- an appropriate one for the first week of a new year. To start us off, Boo (who became pretty upset that I was referring to him as “Boo” here – but hey, it’s my blog) drew a picture of [Read On]

Project We: And so it begins

I am a blogger. My kids know this. So far, they haven’t asked to read it. I am about to venture into new, scary territory. I’m embarking on an adventure….with Boo. Project We. Project We is the product of my blogger friend/idol Jenny and her daughter Olivia’s inspiration, a method of togetherness on the interwebz, [Read On]