Motherhood Archive

I became a mom to a little boy in April 2014. These posts detail my reflections as a mom.

Pink bike in motion

A Double Murder and a Memory

March 16, 2017

in news, reflection, true crime

Those close to me know I am a true crime obsessive. I was born into the era of “stranger danger,” which emerged from some high-profile stranger abductions and murders of small children including Etan Patz and Adam Walsh (whose father is John of America’s Most Wanted fame). The infatuation for me started in the late […]

Little boy holding a pic of a rainbow

The Rainbow Connection

March 3, 2017

in baby, family, life, reflection

I have been pregnant during this time of year for the last three out of four years. Brendan and I found out we were pregnant this very same week last year, and we were over the moon. It had taken just a month a month of trying. My first appointment at Columbia-Presbyterian was on March […]

toddler girl from 80s holding cabbage patch doll

6 of My Grown-up Goals

October 6, 2016

in goals. writing, personal, reflection

In two months, I’ll turn 35. It’s not a milestone age like 25 or 30 or 40. But yet, it stills feels like something. It feels like I’m really, really an adult now. And part of that is because I have a 9-to-5 job where I manage someone, a husband and a kid, in addition […]