My skin is peanut butter brown, and the natural texture of my dark hair can only be described as kinky. I’m married to a man who’s fair skinned and a bit freckled, with the kind of glossy, brown, loose curls any woman would die for. You might call me Black and him White. Or, if […]
For the 100th post I wanted to do something special. And what could be more special than begging, pleading, getting on my hands and knees! to convince Jenn to share about motherhood and … cars. *** Jeremy: Are you surprised Belonging Together made it to 100 posts? Jenn: Of course not. I think you’re a […]
Grandma Padgett was with us for three weeks. Last Saturday we brought her to the airport. It didn’t seem like three weeks. Mother-in-law’s have a reputation, and I suspect, deservedly. As with many things in life I’ll count myself fortunate Grandma Padgett does not live up to the stereotypes.
And now I have a moment to sit down and write. It’s been that kind of week. I feel like I started a new job. The initial rush and excitement of taking on a new task was fuel enough. In addition the new year has brought a wave of calls into our support department. Every […]
I get it. Please don’t read this and think I’m sour grapes. That’s not it. I know how it looks from the outside. When I hear how lucky Penelope is I cringe a little. We hear it a lot. This isn’t meant to offend anyone. The support we’ve gotten has been overwhelming and much needed. […]