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see, i want to write about the anxiety of post-titty-motherhood grad school too, but all i can think of is so damn somber. i wish i were funny like you jo!

It's funny reading this in the context of the so-called "mommy blog" conversation happening elsewhere, because it just struck me rather recently that most of the parenting stuff I see on digital (great, good, bad, indifferent etc) is on the topic of baby and little-kid parenting, and there's always lots of 'material' ... but truthfully: even though we parents of tweens-and-teens can whine and publicly freak about how hard it is ... the older my girl gets, the more fulfilling I find the parenting. I definitely feel just as intensely needed, though it's less moment-to-moment every year, and though it can be tricky to gauge when to parent up-close and when to parent from a mile away.

Post-Titty Parenting. You guys. It's a thing! Let's make it happen! We can be Post-Titty Bloggers!

And both of you, I am and have been watching you, always. You're a few steps ahead of me in the game, and I learn so much from you.

Oh Jo, after spending the last few years of this stay at home phase hanging out with you, I am so excited for you and so sad all at once. End of an era, for sure! You are going to be such a wonderful asset to the world as a nurse practitioner! (I'll try to remember that while I'm standing by myself after school waiting for Ian!)

I've been a Post-Titty Blogger for only two years now (breastfeeding ended five years ago, but I stayed home with the boys (OK, one year at their school, but with them) for three more years)...

Sometimes I feel guilty when they stay at after-school care and wonder if I'm not spending too much time away from them. I still cannot believe that they're going to THIRD and FIFTH!!! grades!

And now that I'm going to teach at your alma mater, I may spend a couple of nights away from them. :( I will *really* be living in an all-adult world, since in the past two years, when 3 pm came around, nearly every day, I drove to their school to pick them up and had a hard time working at home after that.

I hope that your new and upgraded Post-Titty Parenting routine falls into place quickly and that you don't get too overwhelmed when you come home with the girls after school and have to study.

Thanks for providing us with this great metaphor! ;)

I am sooo ready to be a school-and-daycare mom. My little guy (2.5) starts 8:30-3, M-F preschool at the same school where his sisters will go to K and 3rd in 1 month. To say I'm looking forward to it DOESN'T EVEN BEGIN TO COVER MY FEELINGS.

Good luck with school! You'll do great. So exciting!

I'm loving the post-titty motherhood gig. It's MUCH more fun than the sleepless/helpless/overwhelmed early years. At least for me. I've always sucked at multitasking and still do, but my kids are old enough to forgive me for it now. :)

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