Author Archives: Bleeping Motherhood

Those who want to paint polka-dots have to find a good spot

Here’s how I went from “I’m an awesome mom” to “I’m failing as a mom” to “I might be ok at this mom thing” in about an hour. You know, because being a mom always brings out the most stable … Continue reading

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You can only see the stars on a finite

Science Museum of Virginia knows about fun! In Spring of 2016 we had a chance to take it in as part of slow travel trip to Myrtle Beach.  We stopped in for a couple of hours and really enjoyed it. To start, … Continue reading

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How do you find a missing train? Follow the tracks.

This past weekend I did a lot of re-reading some of my earlier posts in preparation for a post about being tired on one of my other projects, Bleepingmotherhood.com.  I realized it is getting close to a year since my … Continue reading

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If you miss a class at beauty school you’ll need a makeup session

It’s so easy to exclaim to your children, “you look beautiful!” and truly mean it.  While I’m a big proponent of not always remarking on how my daughter or other girls look, sometimes I’m just struck by it.  The words … Continue reading

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Some people don’t like food going to waist

  Where did you hide food as a kid?  You know, that food you didn’t want to eat, but your parents insisted you should have. I can remember not eating my sandwiches my mom packed, and for a time, the … Continue reading

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When my cat lost her male kittens I had to call missing purr sons.

It seems that having three children is all the rage right now. Let me be completely and utterly clear.  I am fixed.  Unless divine intervention takes hold, we are not having another child. Still, I’m curious about this three child … Continue reading

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I just left the worst food themed theme park ever. Goodbye, Gruel World!

Have you had your yum yucked? If you’ve tried to convince a child of any age to diversify their food portfolio, you probably have.  Imagine this, you have been eating something, enjoyed it, offered it to your child (or had it stolen … Continue reading

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