Tooth Fairies, Leprechauns and Other Big Lies

Let Me Introduce Myself Hi, I’m Noob Mommy. I used to blog about my two noob babies. Looks like that was over a year ago! Well, let’s see what’s happened since then… oh yeah… I now have a 7-yr-old and a 3-yr-old! What happened to those babies?! My 7-yr-old, whom I shall now call Noob 1.0, just lost her two front teeth… which means …. we get to hear All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth for the next three months. Two {Read More}

Mommy Is Now Entering Sleep Mode

Hey. Noob Mommy here. Remember me? Gosh, has it really been that long since my last blog post? I’ve been meaning to write… but then I fell asleep. I’ve been meaning to write… but then I watched two seasons of Californication. Who knew Fox Mulder (aka David Duchovny) was such a witty little bastard. I sit down in front of my laptop, load the blog, crack my knuckles, and then… I decide to go lift weights in the garage. When the kids {Read More}

Spring Sulkfest

It’s 11:20 am on Wednesday, and I just climbed out from under the covers to write this post. Did you know that workout clothes really double nicely as pajamas? On MWF, I usually lift weights in the garage during NB2.0’s nap time, but I was in such a funk that I thought it might be better just to slip back in bed and hide under the covers, hoping that when I wake up, my Bed Time Machine will have either {Read More}

Kids are Awkward.

I’m going to be 34 next month, and I think it’s taken me at least 30 years to finally feel comfortable with who I am. I grew up feeling out of place a lot of the time, and I definitely went through many stages of identity crisis just trying to belong. I went from Montessori to Lutheran school and finally my parents settled on public school when I was in the 4th grade because I had a difficult time making {Read More}

A Celebration of New Parents

I just got back from visiting one of my best friends who recently had a baby. It was a really uplifting experience bonding with my old college roomie on a new level– as mothers. She is someone I admire greatly for her strength, perseverance, compassion and intelligence. While I was there she confided that becoming a mom has been one of the hardest, most exhausting things she’s ever experienced. I was surprised. If she thinks motherhood is hard, then damn, {Read More}

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