flip the script

flip the script

A few weeks ago, a scary NPR article¬†was all over my social media. Because my community was reposting, sharing, and conversing about it, the article kept rising to the top of my news feed. I couldn’t get away from it no matter how hard I tried. But the title did...
i see you

i see you

I’ve talked about our family’s views on technology ad nauseam. I’ve shared our experiences, the good, the bad, and the embarrassing. I’ve detailed my views about having an open-dialogue with your kids, trying to use technology in balance,...
living life in balance

living life in balance

We’re raising our children in an environment completed saturated by technology. As I sat down to write this blog, I did a census of the technology around our house and I was horrified with (and almost too embarrassed to share) the results. But more worrisome...
an open dialogue

an open dialogue

As a teacher, I’m often so exhausted having dealt with other people’s kids all day that I sometimes forget to practice what I preach at home! I’ll admit it, my husband and I have made mistakes in the rearing of our two lovelies. One of the...
taking the leap

taking the leap

For most people, our life’s journey leads us to a crossroads and beautifully daunting choices lay ahead. Robert Frost knew this all too well. In his “The Road Not Taken” poem, he talks about looking out on the two paths and feeling sad that he...