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I hear that three and a half is magical, and that children turn the corner from beast to beauty, but I’m still waiting...
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As our kids grow, the firsts come less frequently and the time stretched between them lengthen. We don't celebrate the later milestones.
The next time someone says, “you can just adopt”, feel free to kindly remind them that adoption is much harder than one would ever guess.
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.
I was advised not to have more children after a high-risk pregnancy resulting in a preemie son. I'm still judged for my decision to have an only child.
To me, mom hair means hair that is way too long and far too neglected. I have not had a haircut since before my second child was born.
Learning to find my way home when I was lost, has allowed me to teach my three children that they, too, can go wherever they want to.
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