The Birthday Flibbertigibbet

Once upon a time, there were two small children who often found themselves tip-toeing through tiny magical doorways in the walls of doctors’ offices and waiting rooms. Those magical doorways took them to imaginary worlds full of glitter and clouds, unicorns and rainbows, and Abraham Lincoln.  Those kids were my twin son and daughter. How… Continue reading The Birthday Flibbertigibbet

What Little Girls Are Made Of

Rainbows, as in happiness. Rainbows, as in the refraction of different wavelengths of light (they dig science). Rainbows, as in playing house with their friend Samantha who has two moms. Cartwheels, pinwheels, an appreciation for mom’s sensible heels. Mermaids who don’t give up their voices and tails, but use them to speak loud and swim… Continue reading What Little Girls Are Made Of