Confession: I Don’t Want to be Mommy
Each Year, When She Goes to School, I Am THAT Mom
5 Things I Learned Supporting My Best Friend Through Divorce
I Thought I Wasn’t Like the Rest…
Learning to Deal with Teen Anger
I Like My Mom Better When She’s Stoned
Preparing for a New Sibling
When They Aren’t Fighting…It’s Amazing
The Firsts That Come in the Tween Years
4 Parent-Teacher Conference Mistakes to Avoid
In Sickness and in Health
Letter to My Daughter on her First Day of High School
Right now, today: I don’t want to be Mommy. I want this season to pass. I want to wake up on the other side of their childhood.
Each year when I send my daughter off to her first day of school, it hurts. Like physically, in my gut, hurts. My breathing feels shallow. My heart seems to skip beats.
My best friend of a decade is going through a divorce. She has three young children and ending the marriage was not her choice.
I wasn’t the things the world rolls its eyes about women. I wasn’t a pumpkin-spiced, infinity scarfed hot mess who dotted her i’s with hearts with a pretty pink pen on scented paper. That wasn’t...
Anger is a typical, healthy emotional response to outside stressors. How do we help our teens feel anger without going overboard?
My mom has decided now that she’s 71, it’s time to say f-you to what people think and embrace the freedom that comes with being 71 and not caring. This recently included a trip...
We asked our #RealityMoms what steps they took when preparing for the arrival of a new sibling.
Sometimes it feels like all they do is fight, but sometimes it gets quiet. And when they aren't fighting, my children are pretty amazing.
As our kids grow, the firsts come less frequently and the time stretched between them lengthen. We don't celebrate the later milestones.
It's easy to make rookie mistakes during your parent-teacher conference, but follow these simple rules and you'll have an easier school year.