Just in under the wire. Been a long ass week and just wrapping up a pretty good weekend! I had an experience this week that threw me for a loop. It’s all good now. Just sharing because I know we all encounter experiences in life we weren’t prepared for and this week I had one! But I also met some other amazing people throughout the week who have brought big smiles so, #grateful.Read More
I’ve been told that I should be more vulnerable and show my sweet side to people more often. First of all, no. Second, ok well maybe. I’ll start with being vulnerable by explaining that I was just told this by the same person who lit-trully (but figuratively) broke my heart. I want to say that this was said from a place of caring and with the best of intentions…not realizing how brutal it was to hear from him considering I was completely vulnerable with him and here we were saying goodbye forever (what did you learn, Kris? Oh not to ever be vulnerable again? Oops!) Yeah yeah I’m still wounded four months later, but oh so close to using this as a “growth” moment (yaaay growing).Read More
This past weekend I was in Boston for my continuing coach training with Co-Active Training (CTI). I was challenged by Milne, one of the wonderful instructors, to create a video speaking to women that I want to reach to live their best lives and realize how powerful and how “enough” they are, right now.Read More
Here I introduce myself to the Deaf Community. I apologize to you all for my very weak ASL skills. But the point is, I can communicate and hopefully help other parents who need my support as they step into their new roles as the mom or dad of a transgender or gender non-conforming child!Read More
I’ve challenged myself to one video a week for the next month. This is the first installment. It’s only going to go downhill from here.Read More
“Dear cis folk and parents of cis kids,
You might be wondering why this t-shirt worn by Don Cheadle on a popular national tv show ( SNL) is so bloody important to us. It's just a t-shirt, right? ….
I am a mom of a transgender daughter, as well as a cis daughter and a cis son. But I’m not just a mom.Read More