One traditional sandwich with a size of fries, please!

Do you ever consider all the roles you play in life? If you have kids, you’re a mom, a taxi driver, a referee, a tutor, a pillow, a cook, a nurse and therapist; among other things. My girls are six and nine years old, so that pretty much sums up the hats I wear on … Continue reading One traditional sandwich with a size of fries, please!

High five!

As I sit here and look back on the past five years, I can honestly say it’s been a good journey. Starting this blog is high on my list of accomplishments, and keeping it up (albeit with a few breaks here and there) is something I am so proud of. This blog is not only … Continue reading High five!

One and Four

The girls started early this year asking about school. They wanted to go school supply shopping, find their indoor and outdoor shoes, new backpacks and get everything ready. I told them it was too early, but after constant begging, we bought their shoes, backpacks and school supplies. I even organized their uniforms, ensuring all items … Continue reading One and Four

School lunch lunacy

I know it’s summer and school is out. I’m super-happy that I don’t need to make lunches until September. I only need to worry about myself. Which is nice for a change. I’m a mom of a soon to be first and fourth grader. So I would not consider myself a rookie mom any longer. … Continue reading School lunch lunacy

Pedal onwards

Sometimes I think I’ve failed as a parent. (Okay, maybe more than sometimes). I mean my kids are clean, well-mannered and get along most of the time. But we are two weeks into summer vacation and I’ve heard I’m bored more times than I can count. I know we don’t live in 1983 anymore. Kids … Continue reading Pedal onwards