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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...

What If Our Parents Had Used Smartphones?

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Sure, I’m dating myself here, but my parents didn’t have smartphones, or even cell phones, when I was growing up. There wasn’t something constantly...

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month: Another Perspective

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It’s Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month and all month long I’ve been reading beautifully-written and harrowing stories of miscarriage, stillbirth, sudden infant loss,...

Kids and Germs: What’s A Run of the Mill Virus Vs....

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My kids have been back in school for two full weeks now and on Saturday night one of them developed a cough... the first...

When A Snack Attack Strikes: Developing Healthy Eating Habits in Kids

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“It’s not a snack, it’s just an apple!” she wailed at me. Clearly disgruntled with my offering, she proceeded to hang from my leg...

I Am One in a Hundred: The Static of Having Three...

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One in four, I am sure anyone who has had a miscarriage knows that daunting fact. One in four women have experienced the loss...

A Pandemic Has Made Me A More Present Parent

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To those parents out there still working outside the home, stocking shelves or taking care of patients, patrolling our streets or delivering our mail,...

Fostering Independent Play in an Effort to Not Lose My Mind

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My kids are decent at playing alone when I’m out of sight. If I’m switching out the laundry, folding clothes, or putting them away......

What I Wish I Had Known

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I wish I had known that memories from the twins' infancy and toddlerhood wouldn't stick in my memory bank. Maybe I could have prepared...

Easy on the Material Goods: An Alternative Christmas Gift Giving Guide

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Wow, the holiday season really snuck up on me this year #thingsmomssayeveryyear. This time of year can be a bit busy and stressful, but...