Today I was shopping at the local HomeGoods, and, as I rounded the corner to the clearance aisle (because I can't resist a bargain in a bargain store), a mom told her two little kids to move over by their grandma so I could get past them. She then gently herded one child by the … Continue reading Little Kid Moms: Someday You Will Shop Alone
What good have you done in the world today?This is a question we've been asking our kids every night before bedtime for years.Share your good in the world in the comments!
With everything being shut down when I finally published, and everything now being opened to very limited capacity or curbside service only, trying to do author events seems . . . pointless. So, instead? Here is a virtual author reading of Hector the Inspector. I'll leave it up for a month or two. I hope … Continue reading Hector the Inspector: A Virtual Reading
This post was originally published Sept. 27, 2006 on my old blog, Looking for George, which is now private. There is nothing quite as humbling as seeing yourself through the eyes of your children. Just minutes ago, my three-year-old daughter decreed that I am the best. It all went something like this: Three-year-old comes downstairs … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: I’m The Best