Have you seen this video? It’s amazing … it’s a 32 year old guy who had, smartly, taped himself at age 12 talking to his future self. You have to see the whole thing to “get it” but it’s genius. It was featured on the Today Show and has garnered 2+ million hits. Not too shabby!
Anyway, after watching it I couldn’t help but think of my own 12-year old self … Continue reading “My 12-Year Old Self”
One of my biggest fears about having a daughter has been passing along my food issues to her. Though I’m long past my dark days of disordered eating, I still think a lot about food and fitness quite a bit (and still journal) and though they don’t plague me, I still emotionally eat from time to time and still have “fat” days. Even though I know I’m not actually “fat,” I certainly have some weight to lose to get to my feel-best weight/size and I will eventually …
[Sadly, even an upcoming Caribbean trip this spring isn’t enough to get me to the gym regularly again and off the sweets. <<Sigh>> One of these days I’ll get it together…]
Anyway, yesterday I had to catch myself when I saw Maya’s daily log at school. Continue reading “Seconds”
This past Saturday while filming Maya and Daddy playing in the living room, I happened to catch an amazing moment on camera: Maya began walking! Our nearly four-month old peanut took her first (assisted) steps.
As you can see in the video below, she puts one foot in front of the other and holds her adorable self up as best she can. 🙂
To us, it was nothing short of amazing (especially since this child has no interest in rolling over, but has been trying to stand (assisted) for a good two months!).
Continue reading “Careful, Momma …”