Reasons for putting yet another blog on the Internet: 1) I was inspired by Sofi and Zach’s blog for Molly at tuchus. net. A central location for sharing pictures, videos and stories about the special (silly, wild, joyous, frustrating) moments in CW’s young life (and in my new-but-getting-older life as a parent) seemed appropriate when so many friends and family live in far-off places. 2) I used to work part-time and so had a few minutes to spare. Now I just steal time from my other chores. 3) For kicks and giggles.

If you want to read more about my work as a romance novel editor, visit my other blog, here.


7 Responses to “About”

  1. Lynn Bryant Says:

    You are such a gifted writer!! You have a wonderful way with words, but I don’t need to tell you that, do I?

    Lots of love and attention will get you through the terrible two’s.

  2. Amanda Segrest Says:

    Enjoyed reading your blog about your life in NYC!! Much love. Amanda(Aimee) Segrest

  3. kristina Says:


    I have a 2.5 year old, 30 lb son I am looking fto buy a bike for with a bike seat.

    Im really interseted inthe Townie 21 speed, which i see you have the townie 8 speed and also a child!

    i see i th epicture you had the front mounting seat but i know after 30 lbs they need a back mounting seat, so i’m hopinig you have maybe started using the back mounting seat so i can ask your opinion.

    What is is like riding with a seat on the townie?
    I am a small woman, 5’0 about 95 lbs, and the towniewas really comfy riding around the store…i need somethig to ride everyday with the baby seat on back, something to ease the pain for my bad back, and something i can lift on the bus bike racks.

    Woul dlove to hear your xperience with the bike..

  4. Diane Dietz Says:

    I love getting to see what Charlie’s up to – I remember when he was a little peanut!

  5. Kim Hume Says:

    I would like to use the photo of Charlie sleeping in his toddler bed in an online educational module for parents and families on transitioning from crib to bed. It is a great depiction of using bed rails appropriately for a toddler. May I have your permission to use this photo? The tutorial will be on the St. Louis Children’s Hospital Website and offered for free to everyone.

    Thank you,

    Kimberly Hume, RN
    Manager, The Resource Center
    St. Louis Children’s Hospital

  6. Towel Rails · Says:

    bike racks could really help you secure your bike when you leave it ,;’

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