But I'm feeling a little hung up. Like this little one.
I'm not interested in blogging about my perfect kids and my perfect life and my perfect husband because there is no such thing. We all know it. The reality is that some days piano practice looks like this:
I'm very excited about homeschooling next year, but I'm not sure how we can afford it. I love teaching my kids everything, but then some days I don't. Some days I feel as eloquent as Madeline L'Engle or Anne Lamott. And other days I can't form a proper sentence. It's just how life rolls.
What I can do, with no shame, is laugh. Laugh at myself. Laugh with my kids at their stupid (that's right, I said stupid) knock-knock jokes. Like this one:
"Interrupting cow wh..."
It makes no sense. But it makes me laugh every time. And that's good.
This makes me laugh, too. My warrior-princess-ninja... She's just too awesome.
So here's my reminder to myself- and to any other wretched soul who's trying to glean wisdom from this blog: Quit taking yourself so seriously. Life is hard sometimes. It really is. But it's the moments when we laugh, sometimes even at each other, that we will cherish forever. No one wants to hear about the poop accident your 3 year old had at the play area in the grocery store. They really don't. Focus on the laughs.