I don't usually talk about my role as a mom--this is a design blog, and many visitors here may have little or no desire to read a "mommy blog" (there are several excellent ones out there and I am about to provide you a link to a post that really reached out and grabbed me this morning. ) However, at times it is really difficult to rein in the many thoughts I have when I stumble across an article or a post---there's that eruption of internal dialogue and the desire to discuss it with loved ones (YOU)....I'm taking a bit of a departure from the norm today because I feel that at some level, this post touches all of us, because we were all kids once, and no matter which "stage" of life you're at..happily unmarried, happily married, kids/no kids/thinking of kids/avoiding kids at all costs, empty nesters, grandparents, this is one topic that touches all of us. Mostly though, as I sit here typing this, with the incessant prattle of my six year old coming from the next room, I am overwhelmed by my need to protect that innocence. So if you haven't read this post today, please make sure you make the time to do so.
And spread the word.