"Mommy, do I suck?"
What I learned writing a book (I learned from motherhood)
A tale of inherited insecurities
A different kind of no excuses
It was my first time to write — and finish! and publish! — a book. But I wasn’t starting from scratch. Here are a few business lessons care of my son and his jellybeans.
And not because, "If they could do it, I should have been able to, too! Push na ‘to! No excuses!” That’s the part of my brain I’m trying to shush.
"There was this one nice guy who said, well, I also have no rooms, but you guys can stay at the barn.”
“What’s a barn?”
“The place with all the animals.”
“Wait, no! I mean — not so yay."
Do kids & gadgets mix?
"Find every opportunity to be kind. Be kind when you can. Be kind when you can’t. Do no harm when you really really can’t."
Love in the time of hashtags: increasing technological advancements beside increasing cries to decrease use of said technological advancements. Anuna?
"Why do people love drugs sometimes?"
The experts say not to call your kids smart. BUT BUT BUT.
A Good Friday Conversation
An on-the-spot podcast! Episode 1 of what we'll now call CONVER-K-TIONS. (Walang aangal.)
Why bad grades are fine
In an attempt to Be A Good Mother, I tried explaining Easter to my preschooler. I didn't do a very good job.
Number 1: because he's five.
"He whacked me on the face!"
"That wasn't so bad, was it?"
What to do when there's a bully on the playground?
He had never before heard the word.