By Jennifer Savage. I watched Lucille struggle this week with being left out. The girl/girl business starts early, friends. I stepped in and held her as she cried. A little while later she got stung by a bee and started howling. Four other children came over to check on her and give her a hug.
My children attend a lovely school which requires that we attend camp each fall. While intellectually I see the point of such an experience, as one mother so eloquently put …
Despite a small kitchen, Savagemama feels like she hasn't given up anything.
Without a washer/dryer in their apartment, Savagemama discovers a drop-off laundry service.
Savagemama describes what it's like living as a family of four in 282 square feet.
Savagemama celebrates the first day of school because both of her kids are now in the same school.
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Savagemama feels lighter after cleaning out and getting rid of junk before a big move.
Savagemama is hoping for a do over as she packs up her farmhouse to move into town for the second time.
Savagemama is packing her things in preparation for their families move into a 282 square foot apartment.