Emotions are hard to talk about, perhaps even more so as a teen, so thank god for emojis.
March full of glee.
Jump with joy.
Skip to your own beat.
Gillette’s new ad has sparked a lot of discussion and some controversy. Irrespective of whether or not this ad is good or bad, the most valuable part it’s played in our household is sparking conversation, and in a home filled with teenagers, that’s worth something.
We work so hard to make them confident and independent people and then they go and show that’s what they want to be and I immediately want to time travel back to when she used to hold out her arms and say “Up-y up-y” cause she really needed me. Classic.
I now have only teenagers in my house… how does the time go by so quickly? And where is all the food in my fridge, and my car keys, and…
Evening dog walks are a great time for wisdom….
True conversation, with a window nearby…
A parent’s day is always full of surprises…
Ahhhh September with your cooler air, fall colours and incessant-punch-to-the-face scheduling nightmare.