Sometimes, you only get 8 minutes to pump at work.
It just bees like that.
And so, you take what you can get.
I don’t remember it being this difficult to pump at work the last time around. But at the same time, I was working at a private school and so . . . → Click Here To Read The Full Blog Post: 1,000 Ounces
There are many things that I aspire to do.
For example, I aspire to fold the laundry in a timely fashion once it is taken out of the dryer. Unfortunately, said laundry will sit in a laundry basket for weeks on end- clean, yet unfolded.
I aspire to cook dinner at least . . . → Click Here To Read The Full Blog Post: Working Mommy Woes: Dropping the Ball
I’ve been away from my weekly hate. I know, so sad. But don’t worry… it’s comin’ back.
Parents who request meetings and call principals and are oh-so concerned about their child’s progress in school. And then? Their kid is always absent from school cause they’re “sick” or the family is going on vacation . . . → Click Here To Read The Full Blog Post: Weekly Hate: Round 10 (Teacher Edition)
I’ve been back to work exactly seven days.
And today… I learned a lesson.
I had an IEP meeting today.
Except I didn’t know it was an IEP meeting.
I thought it was a meeting with the team that has been evaluating the child to discuss his progress thus far. The meeting . . . → Click Here To Read The Full Blog Post: Today, I Learned a Lesson
Look. I’m a teacher.
As a teacher I know first-hand that we (Elementary School teachers) give a lot of papers. We make copies like it’s our job… oh wait, it kind of is our job.
The copy limits in school districts/copy paper restrictions are put in place because if we were able . . . → Click Here To Read The Full Blog Post: Papers