Month: November 2014

Reminiscing

Reminiscing I listened to the Early Jazz Station on Pandora last night. It brought up lots of good feels and […]

What Bill Cosby is teaching us about sexual assault, victim blaming, and sexual politics

What Bill Cosby is teaching us about sexual assault, victim blaming, and sexual politics When I saw the headlines about […]

An Open Letter to Old Man Winter

An Open Letter to Old Man Winter Dear Old Man Winter, There’s no other way to say it: I hate […]

Short post #4: The past

Short post #4: The past The past is such a tricky thing. Sometimes is really cool to be nostalgic about […]

$#!+ People Say to Foster Parents

I’ve heard pretty much all of these… “$#!+ People Say…” videos are so funny because they put truth out there […]

I think I may be Scrooge

I think I may be Scrooge I have a confession to make: Christmas is probably my least favorite holiday. No…it […]

Why I will tell my daughter NOT to get married at age 19 (even though I did)

Why I will tell my daughter NOT to get married at age 19 (even though I did) Before I fully […]

Phrases that should die: Preggers/preggo

Phrases that should die: preggers/preggo In this installment of ‘Phrases that should die,’ I would like to discuss preggers. Specifically, […]

We need to keep Christmas in December

We need to keep Christmas in December It seems like every year the socially acceptable time to start celebrating Christmas […]

Young, Married, and Childless

Young, Married, and Childless In a previous post, I talked about why The Husband and I waited to have children […]