I’m Sorry I Offended You

Dear new mom, I'm sorry it annoyed you when I looked at your children and told you to enjoy every minute because they grow up so fast. I wasn't there when your baby had a diaper blowout the one … [Read more...]

Are You Instagram-Obsessed Too?

I have this soft spot for Instagram. It's my favorite form of social media. And from what I gather I'm not the only mama who is an Instagram enthusiast. A photo posted by Krishann … [Read more...]

What I Said vs What My Toddler Heard

When I worked at a daycare in college, my favorite classroom to work in was the toddler classroom. Not only were they adorable, but they taught me a lot about myself as a parent and future … [Read more...]

19 Things Toddlers Love That Parents Loathe

?8.11.15 A photo posted by Krishann (@hismrshermr) on Aug 11, 2015 at 3:15pm PDT One of the fun things about life with a toddler is getting the chance to see your kid discover their … [Read more...]

This Is How You Win at Mornings

For the most part I feel like I am at odds with mornings. I suck at them and I hate it, especially as I watch my husband seemingly glide through them, checking off his imaginary to-do list with … [Read more...]

What I Hope My Daughter Learns This School Year

I've been spending a lot of time reflecting on this last school year, my daughter's first official year in middle school, while thinking about the year that lies ahead. Sixth grade is kind of a big … [Read more...]

Books to Help Encourage Empathy in Your Kid

My children are a gift to me, and I hope to raise them in such a way that they are also a gift to this world. At 2 and 10 they are exemplifying behaviors that reflect values most important to my … [Read more...]

Unreasonable Requests I Make, According to My Kids

Sometimes I have the nerve to ask my kids to do things that they just can't do. At least not right now. By the sixth or seventh time I've asked them, things begin to look more promising. I, on the … [Read more...]

My Thoughts on Sleepovers

Recently my 10-year-old daughter boarded a bus in route to summer camp. I sobbed as soon as I got back into the car. I missed her already. For four days and three nights she would be beyond my grasp. … [Read more...]

Thoughts on Coordinating Sibling Outfits

I'm that mom. The mom who looks at a dress that's available in multiple sizes and sees opportunity. I am convinced that matching (fashion) moments don't have to be limited to Christmas jammies. I tend … [Read more...]