It’s Break Time

The past few weeks have been rough between raising two toddlers, packing, moving, and unpacking. Three weeks to pack up four people and all the junk that comes with them (cough, toys) simply isn't enough time. At least, not when the older toddler is demanding playtime and the younger toddler screams to be held almost … Continue reading It’s Break Time

Book Review: Elithius: The Red Captain by Dominic Sceski

Genre: Fantasy, YA This is a review of the newest edition recently released on December 7, 2018. Thank you so much to the author for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest review. After the abrupt disappearance of his parents a few years before, Fear is left in charge of his ungrateful younger … Continue reading Book Review: Elithius: The Red Captain by Dominic Sceski

The Haunted Wordsmith Questions

I've been following The Haunted Wordsmith for awhile, but have always been too busy to take part in her prompts and challenges. But now that I'm on the verge of going on a brief hiatus and am exhausted from a month of packing and unpacking, I decided to do today's batch of questions. I also … Continue reading The Haunted Wordsmith Questions

My Late Preterm Babies

November is Prematurity Awareness Month. I debated for a while about whether I should write about my premature babies because, even though they were born early, they are far from the tiny babies born at twenty-something weeks who had to spend weeks to months in the NICU and face a lifetime of health, emotional, and … Continue reading My Late Preterm Babies

Book Review: Not A Clue by Chloe Delaume

Genre: Fiction, translated from French Translated from the original French, Not a Clue is a life size game of Clue involving six psychiatric patients. Each character takes on the persona of one of the Clue pieces, is placed in one of the rooms on the board, and has possession of one weapon. Each are accused … Continue reading Book Review: Not A Clue by Chloe Delaume

Wishes Granted are Bittersweet

In a few short days, we're moving. In the grand scheme of things, it's not a long move. Throughout our relationship, my husband and I have moved so often we're kind of masters at it. Within a 4 year span, we managed to live in three different states. During our son's first year of life, … Continue reading Wishes Granted are Bittersweet

Apologies and a Big Thank You

First of all, thank you so much to all the bloggers who have left lovely comments over the past couple of weeks! I really do appreciate them and can't thank you enough. Secondly, I most sincerely apologize for not responding. Your comments mean a great deal to me and I feel terrible about taking so … Continue reading Apologies and a Big Thank You