I registered to watch a webinar tonight with David Kessler and Dr. Gabor Maté on grief and trauma. He was promoting his new book The Myth of Normal. Which was the reason I registered. It was only an hour and I planned to watch while the maiden was on a call with her worker. The … Continue reading A lesson on grief and trauma from Gabor Maté
Tag: mothers and daughters
Mowing Mother’s Day
For anyone that had a great day today, I’m happy for you. For anyone that does not recognize the day, I honour that. For those that had a tough day, I send you much love. I had a tough day. A disappointing day that turned out differently than the plan. My daughter was going to … Continue reading Mowing Mother’s Day
Day 7: Kilometre 7 Looking for new for Red Shoes Rock. Stop FASD.
Today was a fun day - a mother daughter day. We started out the day on a mission to find a pair of red sneakers for the maiden. We will be somewhere special tomorrow and will be walking more than 9 kms in one day - so she wanted to join in and wear some red shoes. We had … Continue reading Day 7: Kilometre 7 Looking for new for Red Shoes Rock. Stop FASD.
April: 30 Days of Lists
As we slowly gain our life back from a very difficult time, my daughter (the maiden) and I are taking part in a challenge she found on Pinterest: 30 Days of Lists This has been interesting activity. My daughter is always looking for activities to do with me. Because she has no close … Continue reading April: 30 Days of Lists
Birthday party or tattoo? Celebrating sweet sixteen and eight years.
The maiden will be sixteen in five weeks. In eight weeks it will be our eighth anniversary as a family. She also wants a tattoo. So, I told her she would have a decision to make: birthday party or tattoo. I can't afford both. She chose the tattoo. Big relief for me! While some parents … Continue reading Birthday party or tattoo? Celebrating sweet sixteen and eight years.
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