We’re All BAD MOMS {A Movie Review}

What’s the difference between a Girls’ Night Out and a Moms’ Night Out? The jokes. For sure. I spent couple of hours last night at Alamo Drafthouse Vintage Park with a theater full of moms for a special screening of BAD MOMS (which opens today). Watching a comedy with a room full of the intended […]

Let’s Be Bad Moms at Alamo Drafthouse

The longer I’m a mom the less I care about SO MANY things. I care about my kids, obviously, but I don’t really care about what other people think about how I parent. And that? Makes me feel like a bad mom sometimes. Which is probably ironic. But I came of age when Alanis Morisette’s […]

Talking to Little Kids About Big Emotions

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. Thank you for supporting companies that support this blog. #PlayNGrow #CollectiveBias Playing is the work of children. Dramatic play allows children to process emotions and situations they don’t exactly understand yet. As guides for our kids, it’s important […]

Why I Watch the Oscars Anyway

I believe we¬†all have stories to tell and it’s important to share them. This is probably why I love books and movies and why I majored in theatre. So despite not seeing any of the nominated movies, I watched the Oscars last night. Now I’m not big on the whole “celebrity culture” thing, but I […]

Pumpkin Cheesecake, Muppets, and Football – Oh my!

I have been looking forward to Thanksgiving 2011 for MONTHS!!! Is it because of the awesome pumpkin cheesecake I had and the lovely family we shared Thanksgiving with? NO – I didn’t know that would happen. I am not actually psychic. Is it because #3 Arkansas would have a huge game to play the day […]