Tag: Parenting

Parenting in a Pandemic is hard {tips to get through the...

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These are not normal days.  And there are not a lot of examples for us to follow on how to Parent in a Pandemic. ...

Mothering Many: Learning What Matters Most

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Mothering many. What does that look like? I arrived at motherhood 19 years old, my life-plan wrecked, and my brain and heart in agreement that...

Early Morning Routine: How to Make Mornings Run Smoothly

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I am not a “morning” person by nature, so it takes structure to help me ensure my family’s early morning routine runs smoothly.  This...

Tips for Parents with a Child in Therapy

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What We Learned in Therapy My youngest daughter, Adalee, suffered a stroke at the age of two.  Adalee lost her ability to speak and to...

Leaning Into Your Littles

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You did it, mama. You created a tiny human and birthed it into the world.  And now, you’re in the trenches, the little years, surrounded...

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

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I still remember leaving the hospital with our first born, “You do have some help at home, right? It’s important to have help in...

Surviving Tweens

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So you survived the oh-so-precious early years, the trying toddler stage and the fun early school age era.  It turns out those little old...

Beach Bag Essentials

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Summer is about family vacations, pool dates, and just living in the sunshine! I have compiled MY essential list of what I need to...

One of the Best Things my Mother Said to Me

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I was standing in the kitchen with my mother. Our house was milling with the sounds of a family with four children.  The background...

Permission To Be Angry, Sir

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Permission To Be Angry, Sir A recently released book by Rebecca Traister, Good and Mad - The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger - describes the...