Name: Rochelle Fritsch
Kids: Elementary school-aged daughter
Works: Fundraiser for IMPACT, a local nonprofit
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
It’s barely been a week since our world was turned upside down. Again.
October’s chill is a welcome (or unwelcome) reminder that snow and cold are just around the corner. All things that we, as Wisconsinites, expect.
When my daughter was a baby, I was a fish out of water. My own mom had died many years before, so there was no calling mom if I thought infant GeeGee was constipated, had an ear infection – or just to say Am I doing this right? While I had then what I now realize was maternal instinct, I didn’t know what the heck I was doing; and I still don’t know now, even nearly thirteen years later.