Weekly Brew

Weekly Brew: Family Proud

As parents, we all want specific things for our children. We lay awake at night for the months before they’re born thinking about all the great things they could do/be: quarterback, ballerina, college professor, curer of cancer, world traveler, MVP, movie star, etc.. We want them to grow up and follow in the footsteps that…

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Weekly Brew: Time Goes Too Fast…

Having kids is such a weird thing. Somehow it’s obvious and expected, yet still incredibly unbelievable that these two boys are mine. They’re night and day different – one: brilliant, thoughtful, creative, tender-hearted, and individual; the other: determined, stubborn, wild, loyal, and expressive – but they’re mine. These two little boys were handed to me;…

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WEEKLY BREW: LOVE AFFAIR WITH MUSIC

This week on: The Weekly Brew… I talk about my love affair with music and how it plays such an important role in my life. Music is one of my most favorite things in the world! I get so caught up and wrapped around the lyrics, the sound, the rhythm, the whole experience of it…

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WEEKLY BREW: PARENTS

This week on: The Weekly Brew… I talk about that weird child/parent-relationship and how it evolves. [su_dropcap style=”simple” size=”5″]Y[/su_dropcap]ou see, my parents were in town recently. Normally we have 2,300 miles between us. So it’s not a common occurrence to have them around. I haven’t seen them since April and they haven’t been to my…

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WEEKLY BREW: MOM GUILT

This week on: The Weekly Brew… I have a confession: sometimes I sorta check out from being a mom. [su_dropcap style=”simple” size=”5″]S[/su_dropcap]ometimes I let the tv, the ipod, the ipad, and the computer do the work. Other times I let books, neighbor kids, and headphones do it for me. I don’t do it on purpose.…

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WEEKLY BREW: GOOD AND BAD

This week on: The Weekly Brew we are discussing: Good and Bad… [su_dropcap style=”simple” size=”5″]I[/su_dropcap] feel like I’m on this never-ending journey of self-discovery. I don’t know when it really started, or when it actually hit me that it was important to figure out ‘who I am’. But for several years now, and with the…

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