My Mommyology

Learning from Motherhood.

January 19, 2015
by mymommyology

Boys and Boys’ Toys

When I was growing up, I never had to “deal” with boys.  I spent 14 years of my life in an all-girls’ Catholic school, with one unofficial soiree in Grade 7, and an official school sponsored “interaction” in 3rd year … Continue reading

November 21, 2014
by mymommyology

My Mommyology Likes: Parents’ Night Out

I’ve never had a babysitter.  Back in Chapel Hill, I thought the girls were too young to be left alone at night with a total stranger.  My friends definitely had their lists of trusted people to call, but somehow I … Continue reading

November 16, 2014
by mymommyology

Are We Too Busy?

Quite often, a family in our neighborhood asks me on a whim if my girls can come over to play with her little girl.  Right now?  Yes now. Quite often I decline (politely) because my girls have one activity or … Continue reading

April 3, 2014
by mymommyology

The Fine Line Between Disciplining and Bullying Our Children

I never liked bullies.  Who does, really?  I had a few of them in my life growing up and they were no fun.  They made the growing up years so much harder than it should’ve been (although as we say … Continue reading

March 21, 2014
by mymommyology

Parenting a Peacock

When you take the MindPrint biometric scans, the first page you come across is your innate Personality Profile Type.  Already this page tells you so much about yourself;  strengths, perceived limitations, verbal and physical cues, and how you communicate.  It … Continue reading

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