Tag: motherhood

The Couple that Puzzles Together…

…stays together. Right? First, I realized I hadn’t posted in a while. Where does the time go?! Second, my husband and I are both teachers and on Spring Break! We started the break making a list of all the home-improvement projects we wanted to… Continue Reading “The Couple that Puzzles Together…”

Self Care Isn’t Selfish

It’s Thanksgiving week. As a teacher, this begins the downhill trek to Christmas break and the New Year. Just to put it in perspective, there are 5 more Mondays in 2020. That sounds crazy to me! Friends. This year has been a doozy! We… Continue Reading “Self Care Isn’t Selfish”

BLUEBERRY MUFFINS

How is fall treating everyone? Are you where it’s nice and cool, with the smells of autumn and fir in the air? Or even super cold with already seeing snow? If so, but envy you! South Mississippi has only had brief moments of what… Continue Reading “BLUEBERRY MUFFINS”

it’s time to change…

Let’s talk daylight savings. As a teacher and a mother, I hate the two times a year where we have to change our clocks. Why? Because it takes my children and my students over two weeks to adjust to the time change. This means… Continue Reading “it’s time to change…”

Tis the Season

It’s November. So as they say, “Tis the season!” But as I say, “Tis the season for sickness and hibernation!” Today, I’m here to share with you a few stories of what my holiday season looks like. In my house, the holiday season starts… Continue Reading “Tis the Season”

I am beautiful

Every morning, my daughter runs out of her in a dress and sandals with socks. Some mornings she’ll have an added accessory like sun glasses or a baby doll. Whatever it is, she runs out and announces “I’M BEAUTIFUL!” If you ever need a… Continue Reading “I am beautiful”

Lemonade out of Lemons

Hello! Here, another week of homeschooling. Actually, not another week because we took this week off. My cousin (Anita) helped me plan my year so I can take every sixth week off. So everything was planned accordingly. I had a surgery scheduled with no… Continue Reading “Lemonade out of Lemons”

Sweet potato brownies

Some of you may have heard of Hurricane Sally that recently hit the panhandle of Florida. She originally was projected to come to the Gulf Coast where I live, so of course as we prepared for the possible hurricane and they began to shut… Continue Reading “Sweet potato brownies”

MOTHERHOOD AND TEACHING TIPS

Motherhood – See the two pictures? One is what I imagine my bathroom looks like. The other is my reality. I hear other moms/women talk about taking long soaks in the tub with Epson salts, calming music in the background, candles or a diffuser… Continue Reading “MOTHERHOOD AND TEACHING TIPS”

Polly’s Bio

Bio – I have many titles but the most common ones these days are wife, mother, and teacher. I have been married for 5 years, have 2 kids ages 3 and 2, and have been teaching for 14 years. I recently finished my masters… Continue Reading “Polly’s Bio”