Name: Rochelle Fritsch
Kids: One daughter
Favorite thing about being a mom: Telling my daughter stories about Grandma Gee Gee and stuff that happened when I was a little girl, teaching my daughter important life lessons (manners) and watching her apply them
Least favorite thing about being a mom: Teaching my daughter important life lessons (bad choices lead to bad consequences) by being the "Enforcer"
Famous for: Being a karaoke queen and snorting when I laugh
Follow her on Twitter @GeesMom
When I saw the headlines about the incident at Sherman Park earlier this week, I cringed. Even more than that, as soon as I heard the newscaster introduce the piece, I changed the channel. Between daily reports of local shootings, turmoil in foreign lands, terrorists, the neverending presidential election, it was just too much.
Seems like we can’t go without a day of wondering How do I talk to my kid(s) about ______________? [insert Race, Shootings, Radicalism and now Brexit, here. Honestly, up until a few days ago, I though Brexit was a new kind of scone you ate with clotted cream.]
It’s been three months since I landed a new job; and I’m sharing this my experience for parents who are finding themselves in a position to hop back into the workforce – willingly or by necessity. In a nutshell: It can be done. It might be a little more challenging. Just think about what you’re jumping into before you jump.
My last post was brimming with excitement about Milwaukee’s Listen To Your Mother Show auditions and encouraged everyone to come out and tell their story.