We finally have the word that defines how we’re feeling. We’re nearly “fully vaccinated” and ready to hang out with friends but do they want… Continue Reading Languishing
If you are one of the many who lost family members this past year, we know your pain and sadness. Once the immediate arrangements are… Continue Reading Why Are We Keeping This?
We’re kind of hating everything right now as we try to crawl out of this pandemic well. We see the light and know it’s there,… Continue Reading Hating Everything
Pandemic screams are a thing, according to the New York Times. Have you let yours out today? We’re catching up after an extra week away… Continue Reading The Moms Are Not OK
We’re all stressed. Add the dark days of January, blocked contact tracing, and violence in our halls of democracy —it’s all too much. Maybe that’s… Continue Reading Hitting the Pandemic Wall
This week we’re talking about all the ways we are feeling older with expanding waistlines, alcohol migraines, and jowls that didn’t seem to be there… Continue Reading It’s beginning to look a lot like…. menopause
If ever there were three letters to describe how we’re feeling these days, it’s m-e-h period. Darkness falls at 4:30 p.m., the first snowstorm has… Continue Reading Meh.
Thanksgiving this year looked different for so many families. At my house in the Finger Lakes Region of New York, things seemed a bit more… Continue Reading Why can’t we celebrate the holidays together? Because life.
As the number of COVID cases continue to rise everywhere, we’re adjusting our holiday plans. This week we talk about virtual Thanksgiving, garage gatherings, and… Continue Reading New Restrictions and Holiday Planning
It was certainly an unusual Halloween with one of the Manic Mommies spending a quiet night at home, and the other sitting outside by a… Continue Reading Candy chutes, voting and holiday celebrations