Our kiddos are in school for seven hours each day (bus rides excluded). Here’s a story about how seven hours is a long time, especially for our littles.
Our daughter Oriana had her first year of in-person school for 1st grade.
(We did virtual school through the k12 program for Kindergarten since she had to do some cast stretching on her leg.)
One thing they don’t often teach you when you are growing up is having tough conversations.
When you need to have a difficult talk with someone – a family member, client, significant other, or child (especially a child), it can be a very sensitive situation.
In case you’ve forgotten, this is your reminder: you have a voice… use it!
You have two voices to use.
Not only do you have your physical voice, but you have that internal one whispering (and sometimes screaming) at you.
The other day, I was feeling like a pretty bad mom.
From the minute we woke up, it was go-time for taking the tiny one to the sitter’s, doing school, running errands, going to our appointments, then following up with working until 2:30 am to get my client work completed as promised.