“I’ve heard stay-at-home mothers ask to buy something like they are 15 years old again! Asking for $10 to buy a bra. It’s no longer ours, it’s HIS money. And if he wants to buy $400 shoes, well he can, because he worked.”
“Some days I’d come home from school to find that my mom already started without me. She’d cut the skirt’s panels, sew the bottom of the dress, and more. Like so many things in life, she worked hard to make things easier for me.”
“He never stopped watching her face. In the middle of it all, he knew where his priorities were. The scratches, the teeth marks on his shoulder, all became battle scars.”
“She had round cheeks and two tiny, wispy pigtails that you tell me you remember like it was yesterday.”
“My husband was my rock, my foundation, and got my mind where it needed to be. He’s truly my king. It was the most intimate experience laboring with him.”
“Cray-on,” “cran” or “crown.” Which team are YOU on?
“Does she have to be on our team?”