Hello Jamie & Welcome to Mommy Monologues! Jamie is great-she has a phd (she explains in what further in the post, I don’t want to give it all away), she leaves amazing comments that make me feel so uplifted, & she writes a great blog! I hope that you will all leave her some AMAZING comments today! Thank you Jamie for writing over there today!
She sounds interesting! And for someone who really is just winging it in this parenting gig, I'm eager to learn. Thanks for introducing her to us Kate! Heading over there now. 🙂
Joey @ Big Teeth and Clouds says
Ah, to be a grown up and have graduated to being the one messing with the kids instead of the one being messed with! Sounds pretty fun with the M&Ms. I mean for the researcher.
I love when bloggers respond to comments! 😀
The M&Ms thing is cruel… at least it would be for me 🙂 hahaha
Avante Garde Parenting says
Thanks for featuring me, Kate! I feel so honored!
Jamie – i LOVE you. we would TOTALLY be besties in real life!
and, speaking for this mom, my family is very blessed that you decided to start a blog. i've gotten some great insight from your posts. thanks to you, i remember to stop and TALK to my kids and actually LISTEN to what they have to say. i was also grateful to you for your post on talking about tragedy.
the blogging world is much better for having you in it. xoxoxo
Oh I love this …. I am ALWAYS in need of ideas on how to manipulate…i mean teach… Emma how to do the right thing! We aren't supposed to crumple up computer paper and shove it in the printer, oh thats silly Emma thought that!!
Thanks for sharing her with us all haha!
Great post, Jamie. I just love following your blog and always picking up a tip or two.
I am SO checking out your blog. I have a 4 year old who wants Mommy all night long. As in, when he should be sleeping!! I'm also checking out the Johnsons.
Great guest post, Kate! : )
ericka @ alabaster cow says
Great job Kate and I enjoyed the interview Jamie. I'll have to try putting M&M's in front of Ava and telling her not to eat them. You know, for research. 😉 I'll have to check out your blog!