Sunday, November 14, 2010

Tea at Trianon: The Prison of Motherhood?

Have some tea.

I feel guilty fellow bloggers. My son is teething and lack of sleep has sapped me of all of my energy. I did find an interesting post from the blog, "Tea at Trianon." She's a mother, very productive blogger and author of several books. Yes, I am jealous. Regardless, this post is referring to an article in the Washington Post about motherhood. I normally don't get excited about different parenting philosophies, because each culture has its own rules and regulations regarding children. As Americans, we tend to obsess and feel guilt. I always go by what feels right and what has worked in the past with my nieces and nephews.

To everyone that reads my blog, don't be hard on mothers or fathers! We are all doing the best we can!


  1. Thank you for the link, Theresa, and thank you for contributing to the discussion on Tea at Trianon. Yes, we all do the best we can. Every family is different, every child is different and has different needs. Each parent has unique strengths and weaknesses. We never know what it is like to walk in another person's shoes.

  2. Elena, thank you so much for commenting. I love your blog and enjoy the discussion. Stop by anytime!


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