Coming Out with Marked by Scorn: An Anthology Featuring Non-Traditional Relationships

My latest book, Marked by Scorn: An Anthology Featuring Non-Traditional Relationships is officially released this Sunday on July 31st. The ebook is available for pre-order from Amazon. I had a conversation with my husband last month about how people are probably assuming that as the editor of a collection like this, I must be polyamorous1. … More Coming Out with Marked by Scorn: An Anthology Featuring Non-Traditional Relationships

Boys and Dolls

Who says toys are made specifically for boys or girls? Can they not be played with by anyone? When I was growing up, I played with Barbies and Cabbage Patch Dolls, which I still own. I also played Lego, and got sets that were both typically “boy” and “girl” – these have also stayed with … More Boys and Dolls

Doyle Progress Update for the Grandparents (and other interested family members and friends)

As we’re heading in to Christmas, and then around the corner is Doyle’s second birthday, and we’ve been in Malaysia a little over a month now, I thought it would be worth talking about Doyle’s progress for those interested. So, other than what I mentioned about Doyle acting out my stress, moving into a big … More Doyle Progress Update for the Grandparents (and other interested family members and friends)

Nine Months Strong

We’re just a few days short of Doyle’s nine-month mark and he’s currently going through some rapid development. I’m very impressed with how capable he’s becoming at standing. Over the past couple of weeks, Doyle has been learning to lift himself up from a sitting position to a standing one while holding onto my fingers. … More Nine Months Strong

Introducing Solids

I ended up introducing Doyle to solids at around five and a half months, since he seemed very interested in food, and very hungry. He started off on Farex rice cereal in the morning, but soon moved on to trying different vegetables, then some fruits for breakfast, and continuing the rice cereal for dinner to … More Introducing Solids