Category Archives: raising children
When they are little, we get an occasional glimpse of their independence. They want to pour their own cereal. They want to pick out their own clothes. They want to cross the street without holding your hand. When they are … Continue reading
Have any doubts about putting on that bathing suit this summer? Read this and let me know if you might just change your mind.
#39 Always #54 This I know #96 Favorite 101 Things I Will Teach My Daughters | Thought Catalog.
“Parents rarely let go of their children, so children let go of them. They move on. They move away. The moments that used to define them – a mother’s approval, a father’s nod – are covered by moments of their … Continue reading
Have you ever been out of un-broken crackers but had plenty of wine in the house? “You seem tired and short-tempered this morning which is why I felt more comfortable writing this than having a face-to-face. Can I get you … Continue reading
My dog poops a lot. Dr. OZ would say she’s very healthy. Our backyard (and front yard and side yard) are full of evidence. When I walk my dog, I always pick up the evidence. But in my backyard? I … Continue reading
When my daughters were growing up, the rule was: “If you go out, stay out!” I had my own selfish reasons for not wanting to get them all bundled up only to hear them trying to break through the locked front … Continue reading
And the Fury | Misadventures of a Modern Mommy.