Today I stayed home with my little one. She’s on the BRAT diet but generally ok. We worked on letters. Played with bubbles. Snuggled and had some technology and then ended the day with that new Gudetama series on Netflix. It was cute. I enjoyed getting some rest with my youngest and I even spentContinue reading “Not Just A Writer”
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On sick days I appreciate watching movies with my mama. Something about having my mama there enjoying a good murder mystery that makes me feel better. There’s a million reasons why I love my mama but something about having her around when I’m feeling under the weather makes it a little bit easier for me.
If it was best I’d wipe every single tear that hit your cheek I’d be there to defend you the moment You were treated in unfairly If I could help it I’d always catch you before you could fall But there’s wisdom to be learned In all of those So I just stay close AndContinue reading “Close By”
Mom Duty 😴
Singing birds singing souls Twitchy eyes and wiggly toes I think I see it, a comfy bed Where I can rest and lay my head. Saschia Johnson
Happy Holidays from the Girls and I to you.
On Your Worst Days
Letters To Myself On your worst days you are a work of art because what makes you a masterpiece isn’t your perfection it’s your scars –Jayne.Press On your worst day, I’m going to be here building you up. I’m going to tell you you’re beautiful and smart and strong. It’s ok to be scared andContinue reading “On Your Worst Days”
My Mom Intentions
The Art of Momming Photo by Sai De Silva on Unsplash This months intentions I’ve set for mothering are spending quality time with my oldest, creating and being aware of teachable moments with my youngest, but most importantly taking time to enjoy motherhood everyday. Spending planned quality time with my oldest is one of the best things IContinue reading “My Mom Intentions”
She could climb right in the hot dish water it’s been days since she’s relaxed in a bath she soaks her hands just a second longer a crawler wraps around her leg brings her joy brings her frustration “just five more dishes” wrinkled hand wrinkled sanity the crawler lifts a pant leg “ugh, I needContinue reading “Your Wife”
I Write For My Family
Photo by Jessica Rockowitz on Unsplash I write for my family. When I first started writing a few years ago, I was an anxious mess. After writing and learning to accept the many different aspects of myself in order to build honest characters, it made it much easier for me to understand those around me. I can listenContinue reading “I Write For My Family”
Let’s Get Away
Up before the birds Up after the kids fall asleep Always awake Always “I’m just too tired” Zombie mama Thought stalker Let’s get away for a while Somewhere with a bathtub That I could sink my nose into -Saschia