Posts Tagged Motherhood

In Honor of Mother’s Day

Posted by dianne on May 11, 2013 in Blog | No comment

In honor of mother’s day, I am about to reveal my first (I hope not my only) original wisdom on mothering. When our first baby was brand new, I would start to panic when I heard her cry. I would leap into action to try to fix whatever was wrong. Was she hungry, wet, in

Keep the Old

Posted by dianne on Mar 6, 2011 in Blog | No comment

Vickie and Dave moved in next door when their youngest daughter, Randi, was 18 months old, exactly one week older than our Jane. When you are growing up, it just doesn’t get any better than having your best friend live right next door. The girls went through all kinds of milestones together: kindergarten, Brownies, going

Mother’s Day Tribute – Things My Mom Did Rightf

Posted by dianne on May 4, 2009 in Blog | 2 comments

Mom made me feel special. When I was four years old, my big sister went to afternoon kindergarten, and my little brother took an afternoon nap. That meant I had Mom all to myself and she made that time very special. We had tea parties in the kitchen. She would call my toy telephone from

Mother’s Day

Posted by dianne on Apr 29, 2009 in Blog | No comment

Every nightEvery dayI become my motherIn a whole new way. How are you becoming your mother or father?

Keep the Old

Posted by dianne on Jul 11, 2008 in Blog | No comment

Vickie and Dave moved in next door when their youngest daughter, Randi, was 18 months old, exactly one week older than our Jane. When you are growing up, it just doesn’t get any better than having your best friend live right next door. The girls went through all kinds of milestones together: kindergarten, Brownies, going