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It's a right of passage for parents, you know, that moment when kids get their first LEGO® set to build. Not the chunky LEGO Duplos but the full-blown sets of LEGO bricks with hundreds of tiny pieces that help...
Winter. Where do I even begin. Winter is beautiful, calm, and at times, even romantic (think cuddling up in front of a fire with the snow falling out the window). But I have two little kiddos, so most of my...
Remember how naive we all were back in, say, May, when we thought Halloween was so far off and things would totally be back to "normal" by the time the fall holiday rolled around? Yet here we are, Halloween so...
When my middle son, Gus, was two and a half, our struggles started. He would have multiple meltdowns a day; more than the average “terrible twos” temper tantrums. His meltdowns would leave both Gus and myself in tears most...
I remember thinking when my oldest was very little that I would never end up cringing at the hard conversations. I was determined to be the mom who was upfront and gave blunt, but concise, answers to her kids...
If you know me personally, I think it would be fairly easy for you to assume that Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, but I’ll let you in on a little secret: it's not! I am a WOO...
When our family took our first trip to Disney World, I knew that bringing our newly-turned one-year old would be a challenge. She was still nursing voraciously, and demanded I pull out a boob at a whim. I usually...
Homeschooling is different from a public school setting in many different ways. Instead of getting into all of those differences, I'm just going to talk about one difference: having to manage multiple ages. In a classroom setting kids are...
My kids have been back in school for two full weeks now and on Saturday night one of them developed a cough... the first cough in over six months. I’m really not surprised; I know the teachers and staff...
Parenthood is a journey that so many of us are on, so why does it often feel isolating and difficult to maintain our relationships? I attribute this strain to, what I have dubbed, the “fragment conversation”. Let’s break this apart. Play...

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There are so many things we've had to do differently thanks to Covid-19, including education. Distance learning threw a lot of parents a big...