Lessons Learned from Month Six of Parenting Two: Finding My Way

Something feels off. The days are getting shorter, the nights cooler. The tomatoes in the narrow garden that lines the side of my house are turning crimson and the acorns are beginning to infiltrate our backyard. Late August is upon us, but I’m not scurrying about trying to finish my syllabi in time for the fall … Continue reading

Lesson Learned from Month 2 of Parenting 2

Two months ago I was blogging from a recliner seated by Elyse’s bedside while tiny white snowflakes danced around outside the window of her NICU suite. It was a cold and gray time, not only because it was late-February, but also because, although she had been born with an acceptable platelet count, Elyse was being hospitalized for an undetermined … Continue reading