Tag Archives: motherhood
Since Naomi moved out, I’ve made a shocking discovery! After years of blaming her — it turns out I’m the culprit who squeezes the tube of toothpaste from the top!
Seventy-five years ago today, my Baba was in labour with her first child — my Dad. Advice is free, my Grandma had plenty She married for love when she was twenty She always said don’t hold in your pee Try … Continue reading
Twenty years ago when I said to my husband, “Let’s have a baby!” and he said, “You mean, let’s have a teenager?” I thought he was joking.
Since my daughter moved out, I’ve been “working like a dog.” Barking. Whining. Licking the floor. Pissing on the neighbours’ lawns. Why did I let our dog Nellie move out too?
A strange silence seeped into the house after my daughter moved out. How I missed the pitter-patter of her “THUD THUD” footsteps late at night.
Life lacked purpose when my daughter moved out. So I posted this ad on Craigslist. Empty-Nest Mom with Exceptional Nagging Skills Do you have children living at home who never put away their toys? Do they always leave dirty dishes in … Continue reading
Nothing was the same when my daughter Naomi moved out. I unwittingly switched brands of toothpaste. Weeks went by before noticing it was Preparation H.