The dramatic shift in life after children doesn’t feel so dramatic any more.
Almost five years and four marathons later, I’ve learned a lot along the way. I want to share some of the thinking that held me back so it doesn’t hold you back.
Wow. I can’t believe this time had flown by so fast. I’m really starting to see her as the toddler she’s becoming and not…a tiny baby anymore.
If there is one thing that has been constant about my baby’s sleep, it’s been my obsession with my baby’s sleep.
On Mother’s Day when I was growing up, my mom always wanted to go for a hike or outing to celebrate. She loves to be outside, and I’m so glad she shared that gift with us. So on my first Mother’s Day, I’m super psyched that I get to pick a place where we all get to go […]
I’ve gone car-free for 20 days, and here’s what I’ve learned.
I’m nowhere near where I thought I would be 9 months ago, and I’m really OK with it.
My monthly recap of what it’s like to be a first-time mom. In month 9? There are two new teeth! She’s crawling! She’s talking!
One of the reasons that running is my favorite sport is that you need *almost* nothing to do it.
Here’s all the things that a “seasoned” serious racer would never do but I did anyway.