Tag Archives: motherhood
Weekend: Butterflies, habits, BLP!
My Best of Both Worlds co-host, Sarah Hart-Unger, launched "Best Laid Plans," a podcast devoted to planners and planning, about a year ago. A listener …Read More
Repost: Thinking of going part-time?
Laura's note: A few people sent me Olga Khazan's recent article in the Atlantic called "Why don't more American moms work part-time?" Part-time work is …Read More
Summer is around the corner — here’s how I did on the Spring Fun List
Spring is far from over. According to my calendar, summer begins on June 20! That said, yesterday was in the 80s and I'm mentally already …Read More
Friday miscellany: Tomorrow would be my due date
The baby is almost 3 weeks old! A great many times in the last few weeks I have pondered that my due date was January …Read More
On turning 5
Five years ago was a momentous day in our household! I was scheduled to be induced for baby #4* in the morning of January 15, …Read More
Running toward possibility
I've long been fascinated by the concept of streaks: doing something every single day. My father, who spent his career as a professor of Old …Read More
The baby is sleeping on my lap, so I thought I'd write a quick blog post! Life is going well. The big kids went back to …Read More
Baby’s first 168 hours
My little guy celebrated his 1-week birthday at 5 a.m. this morning. I was up to observe the occasion, though he was not. He had …Read More