Category Archives: motherhood

New Traditions: Acknowledging (and Celebrating) the Suck

Five years ago, my then-husband and I moved into separate homes within a short drive of each other and began the second phase of our forever-joined lives. Learning to be co-parents with the attendant emotional acrobatics of disentangling our souls … Continue reading

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Have you COVID’ed your COVID today?

A lot has changed in the zillion years since I last wrote. Like right now, I’m sitting in my makeshift home office wearing a “What’s a Bra?” t-shirt that I wore to bed last night and also wore to several … Continue reading

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Speaking to the Mountain: Chapter 1

Prologue It’s deafening, the sound of your own body torpedoing through air. I don’t know why people call it jumping. The word diving isn’t right either. It’s really a matter of leaning: You lean through the yawning hatch of an … Continue reading

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