2017 was a year of big changes for our family. We welcomed our third, and final 😄, sweet baby to this world in May. Jen lost her appendix. The older kids moved classrooms at their Montessori school, which only happens every few years. And then, we capped the year with one
TL;DR It's super easy to fake Twitter and Facebook updates to put words in people's mouth. Spreading fake updates makes puppies sad. Try and make puppies happy, not sad. Fake news starts with twisting the truth, usually just enough to reinforce stereotypes and generate outrage. Why outrage? Outrage grabs
Some time in the middle of October I introduced my oldest daughter to the Newsies musical on Netflix. She's 10, and I thought she'd like it. Little did I know it would become her new favorite. She gets about an hour to watch whatever she wants right before bed, and
When we use symbols to describe abstract ideas it becomes harder and harder for us to agree on what they mean.
Steph was relentless. The best kind of relentless. Relentless in a way that made sure I committed to going on a LessEverything trip to Costa Rica. While we were zip lining, I was trying to take a selfie while I was all geared up to send to my kids back