Baby Reid No.2?

These last few weeks, watching Siobhán grow like a weed and immersing myself completely in the experience of being her mom, I've been hit with an unexpected conundrum, baby fever. I feel it wash through me everytime I look at my child, or see one younger than her. I look at her baby pictured wrought with … Continue reading Baby Reid No.2?

Siobhán Update – 18 (20) Months Old

I cannot believe how fast this time is going! Then again, I can believe it. When I watch my once mild tempered child catch an attitude and lash out in 0.0001 seconds flat, I can believe it. She is not here to play bruh. Talking She is talking. Well, as clearly as a child of … Continue reading Siobhán Update – 18 (20) Months Old

Life & Marriage Update

Hey, guys! I know you can tell I have not been around WordPress as much as we would like, but you also know why. My book launch is drawing nigh and I really am just trying to stay afloat with everything. Between Siobhán, my book, the launch and making some family moves, I'm wishing there was … Continue reading Life & Marriage Update

Siobhàn Is Potty Training!

Okay, she's really been training a few months now, technically. I started her at 12 months when I noticed she would poop and then march right over to me pulling at the diaper. Now if you're thinking it's early, that's true. But I don't believe a child should still be wearing diapers if they're talking … Continue reading Siobhàn Is Potty Training!

Motherhood

If motherhood has taught me nothing else, it is the true meaning of the phrase "beautiful mess" and the preciousness in appreciating every day and not letting life pass you by. This whirlwind of a journey has been indescribable from the start, but more importantly, I now understand the true preciousness of time and living in the … Continue reading Motherhood

Siobhàn – The Story of Her Name

The one question I can now count on daily is someone asking the pronunciation of my daughter's name, the origin and the meaning. There's also the severely funny look we get when we provide her name to someone unfamiliar. Usually, if her name is to be provided for writing, I automatically begin by spelling it, … Continue reading Siobhàn – The Story of Her Name