I’m honored to be a contributing writer at Group Publishing’s LifeTreeFamily Blog. Here is one of my most recent posts in that space.
My oldest is entering his first year of real preschool. His last year before kindergarten.
Let’s be honest, moms of littles: we get through the sleepless nights, toddler tantrums, potty training, diaper changing, and general gnashing and wailing because the light at the end of the tunnel is…kindergarten.
This insanity won’t last forever.
One glorious day, you will drop them off and go to Target alone. Like a person. With free hands. And probably skip through the aisles and sip lattes at your leisure.
We get through keeping our eyes on the prize. Kindergarten.
Feeling Excitement + Melancholy About Back to School
Entering our last year before kindergarten, I feel the excitement but also a melancholy. I feel like I’m grasping at the wind, trying to recapture wasted moments or drag out these final days with my tiny boy.
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