How we can navigate our kids through this new quarantined life.
Some the hardest moments in parenting happens during Winter & Summer break. Especially if you have any type of autoimmune disease that impedes on your mobility & energy and you live in an apartment in the center of the city. Seriously! If I had a backyard, I’d send Jax and the dogs out all day […]
Such a weird title, right? What does your level of empowerment have to do with Congress? Well, after last week’s election most of us were left feeling befuddled, bewildered and blind sighted. Wasn’t so much about the politics. Politicians win and lose all the time and we move on. But as a single mother of […]
Adulting with an Autoimmune Disease is not the best thing. It’s not really a good thing. It’s the amount of responsibility, pressure and stress that makes it harder to deal with. You have work, bills, marriage/relationships, children and the news. But such is life. Some of us with autoimmune diseases choose to not have children. […]
Monday, I posted about taking Hippo, my niece and my younger sister (younger by 2 years, which she hates me reminding people about) to Disney On Ice Frozen. And I talked about how it’s a great event to go to because it’s magical and it’s cheaper than taking them to an amusement park and the […]
The hardest part about being a working parent or just a parent during the holiday season is having the kids off for 3 weeks with hardly anything fun to do that all of your kids will enjoy. Parks and museums are usually things that we do on the weekend, and that’s a lot of work for […]