Today my words have taken me to new places. Come find me here in September’s issue of Hippocampus Magazine and read my essay entitled Truth and Drumsticks, in which I discuss body image, motherhood, and examples, and trying to lessen future emotional baggage.
I talk six-year-olds and diets and body image and well-intentioned but poorly executed bedtime stories on Owning Pink. If you have a wound child, I urge you to stop by and read this.
You can also find my essay, P is for Patience, on the Bob Books blog. I discuss my recent adventures with Buttercup as we both get used to new roles in her road to reading. I’m the teacher. She’s the student.
Or is it the other way around?