So, welcome to another chronicle in my life and sojourn as a mother. I’ll jump right into it, shall I? On a day when I was feeling great (and I mean, great!) fatigue, with some malaise thrown in there, I was still busy doing life and being a mum. Naturally. When I say “doing life”,…Read more The art of mothering – Pt. 2
Umm, baby yoga?
Sooo the other day, I was on social media when I ran across a video clip that showed these toddlers in a class where they were engaging in yoga. You heard me. Not aerobics. Not athletics. Not ballet….YOGA. Ok, I’m not that out of touch, am I? Sure, I know of prenatal yoga. I’ve heard…Read more Umm, baby yoga?
Hmm, shall we continue? Last time, I discussed the prevalence of fear and monstrosity in movies and shows geared towards young minds. When I noticed this, I started to wonder if anyone else thinks a bit more critically on such issues as these. If I were honest, I’d say that as a society, we worship entertainment…Read more Grotesquely familiar…
Increasing familiarity with the grotesque
Guys, I had an awesome childhood. Not perfect, mind you, but full of sheer awesomeness. We played tonnes of games outside and formed many longtime friendships in those early years. I actually don’t recall television being a key part of our lives in those times, since we spent the majority of our time playing games…Read more Increasing familiarity with the grotesque
The art of mothering – Pt. 1
Hmmm, so having officially been a mum for a few months now, it’s time to reflect on what all I may have learned in the time. I’ll do my best to avoid all the cheesy clichés. 🙂 …Read more The art of mothering – Pt. 1
God is brilliant!
So, before I was ever pregnant, I recall that people who were would complain about wanting the baby out already, being tired of pregnancy, etc. I couldn’t understand. How bad could it be? And indeed, because it was granted to me to have an easy pregnancy, this mentality of mine stayed awhile. I just didn’t…Read more God is brilliant!