Being True to Oneself

I have to admit, I was in two minds about Pippi after reading the first book. She struck me as arrogant, conceited, inconsiderate and belligerent. This was especially after reading the circus scene. Her complete disregard for authority was rather grating to me as a parent. However, I also had to admit that she was... Continue Reading →

Finding Beauty All Over Again

About two months ago, the word "seriously" made its appearance in Iris's daily speech. It has grown in its presence and now squats annoyingly in every corner of her speech, most often accompanied by a snort. "Seriously, do I have to eat toast?" "Seriously? What are you doing Loli (our new cat)?" You get the... Continue Reading →

Rediscovering Your Wild Thing

Probably¬†one of¬†the top five benefits of becoming a parent is being able to experience childhood all over again albeit from a secondary point of view. It's okay to jump in muddy puddles with undisguised glee (as long as you have an actual child with you). It's perfectly acceptable to go hunting for worms and spiders.... Continue Reading →

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