Let Them See You

Let them see you. Let them see you be you. Whether you’re creating something for the joy of it (even if you aren’t good at it! Especially if you aren’t good at it!) or delighting in a book, let them see you. We spend so much of our lives living under our titles: daughter, wife, [...]

Anti-Racist Disney Movies to Watch with Your Kids

Representation matters. It's important for kids to see themselves reflected on screen, and also to teach them empathy towards others who look, sound, or seem different. We are all human, and Disney has done a wonderful job of utilizing storytelling to help convey that message. With such wonderful anti-racism resources out there for kids, from [...]

If You Give a Mom a Moment

If you give a mom a moment, She'll have to run and pee, She'll try to go alone, But little footsteps are bound to follow. She'll find the toilet paper roll empty, and go to replace it. Then check all of the other bathrooms too, so no one else runs out. If she finds they're [...]

I Walk the Line: Finding Balance as a Work From Home Mom

My latest Knoxville Moms post is up, and is all about the balance of life as a work from home mom. Being a mom is hard work, whether you're staying at home full time, or working part time or full time inside or out of the home. My particular niche has its own ups and [...]

Knoxville Moms Blog Post: Daniel Tiger Made Me a Better Mom

Once upon a time I had a two-year-old and a newborn and I was slowly but surely losing my mind. Then we discovered Daniel Tiger on PBS Kids and I watched Mom Tiger with her endless patience and kindness and I felt like the biggest failure, and the worst mom, in the whole wide world.Want to read [...]