By: Mia L. Hazlett 10/2/2017 Before I talked about The Sick Kid, but the real question is, what happens when Mom gets sick? As the only adult in my household with two school-aged kids and speaking with other single parents, daytime drugs. Daytime drugs is what happens. When I call out sick, I wake up… Continue reading The Village: The Sick Mom
By: Mia L. Hazlett 2/5/14 “Get some balls”. I here this all the time. I'm not male bashing, just once again trying to wrap my mind around this “new age” man. I’ve sometimes heard this combined with the phrase, “stop acting like a girl”. Hmm…really gotta let that sink in. I just don’t understand how… Continue reading Man Up!
By: Mia L. Hazlett 1/13/14 What do I hear when I hear my children play House and use their imaginations? I hear them use their imaginations when it comes to role-playing the man in their “house”. In my game, the man was an assumed role from my reality. My daughters use their imagination from an… Continue reading The New House Game
By: Mia L. Hazlett 1/11/14 When I was little, I used to play house. Sometimes I played with my friends, sometimes alone. I had my little baby dolls and there was a father and mother. There was never a doubt about marriage, that was just obvious. My husband and I would go to work and… Continue reading Playing House
Mia L. Hazlett 3/18/13 This weekend was the first weekend in a very long time that I had to question my mothering. Most of the time I’m pretty sure the decisions I make will pay off in the long run. This week just felt different. The one hour lost sent me into a week… Continue reading Mommy Failure
By: Mia L. Hazlett 2/16/12 Yeah right! I remember being at a women's conference years ago and they had a guy, yes a guy, talking about work-life balance. To this day I can't remember who he was, but he was retired and had run a big corporation. Probably why they had him on the panel.… Continue reading Work Life Balance?
By: Mia L. Hazlett 1/18/12 One of the things that is most important to me for my children is their education. I was overly confused when I first sent my oldest to school because I was given about 10 choices for schools. When I grew up, you went to the one elementary school, middle school,… Continue reading What’s Important to Them