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Questions to Ask When Considering Homeschooling

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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...

My Family Isn’t the Place For a Diversity Debate

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I’ve been thinking about Pride Month this week. Although I’m in a same-sex marriage, I’ve never really celebrated the month. My sons are loved...

Looking to the Future: My Birth Daughter is Graduating High School

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My birth daughter graduates from high school in a week or so. The irony is that my second daughter is graduating from Kindergarten. It...

Guiding Children Through the Longest Goodbye with Grandma

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I have studied my now five and half year-old sons closely over the last year. Partly because I was given the gift of time...

5 Reasons Why You Should Attend Bloom Virtually

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We are SO excited to be able to host Bloom virtually this year! The event will look a bit different than our usual in-person...

So, When Are You Going to Have Kids?

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Sometimes I have to be careful. When I am asked a question that I dislike, I go full sarcasm or even blatantly rude. Yikes,...

Screen-Free Road Trips with All of the Kids

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If you’ve flown recently or have even looked at the prices of flights, you know the total cost is a punch to the gut....

Celebrate National Cereal Day!

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  My love affair with cereal began at a young age. My father is to blame for my love of cereal, and not just one...

Navigating the Teenage Hormone Sea Terrified: Part 1

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I vaguely remember having my first daughter and I was straight terrified. I had never held a baby much less taken care of one....

We are Rare: What This Means for My Family

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My family celebrates Rare Disease Day® on the last day of February each year. We use this day to bring light to the different...