1. It doesn’t matter if your toddler decides to hold their bread and butter to their chest (rubbling butter into their brand new shirt) as they attempt to hold a blanket, a bear, and a teacup at the same time. That’s what Shout and Tide are for. (01.13.15)
  2. It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a toddler cannot leave a stack of carefully folded laundry alone. Indeed, they have no choice but to frolic in it like a freshly raked heap of autumn leaves. (05.23.16)
  3. If you want more excitement in your life, turn off the autocorrect feature you complain about so often. No, really. I found out that I now type “remember” as “rember,” and “version” as “verions.” Time to go back to Typer Shark! (07.22.16)
  4. Never underestimate the power of Mickey Mouse-shaped pancakes. (08.13.16)
  5. Words that look weirder the longer I stare at them:
    1. follow
    2. girl
    3. angle
  6. There is nothing like laying next to a toddler and listening to them tell you about the world and all they know about it. It is simple. It is silly. It is precious. (02.13.17)