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Even at a young age all friendships and relationships are complex and involve a delicate balance of give and take. Read More
I have always considered myself very fortunate to have both my mother and my in-laws live close by, but not until having a child did I realize how important extended family can be. Read More
Well my daughter turned 3 this last week and it was a little upsetting. Of course I want her to grow up, have experiences, live a life that is full and beautiful…but there’s a selfish part of me that wants her to stay exactly as she is. Read More
Of course the natural progression for most toddlers is to go from a crib to a big kid bed. No one ever tells you all the problems that come with this lack of confinement. Read More
I remember reading an article when I was pregnant that told a glorious tale about a woman who had potty trained her child by 8 months. In my ignorant state I thought to myself “I too will take this path and have a potty-trained child before age 1.” Read More
A girly girl I am not. Yet somehow my daughter has turned out to be the most Princess-obsessed little girl I’ve ever met. Read More
I absolutely love Christmas. I love the family, the friends, the dinners, the treats, the laughs and the togetherness. And yes, if I can be honest, sometimes I love the gifts as well. Read More
Sometimes I look around at the moms I admire and think, “Wow, they really have it all figured out. How do they do it all?” Read More
This summer we planted a garden full of vegetables and all of the sudden I found my veggie-hating toddler experimenting with raw, fresh greens! Read More
I couldn’t wait till the day my daughter could do things all by herself. I never wanted a child that clung to me, constantly asking me do everything for her. Well I have certainly got my wish. Read More
Finally, after almost two years of figuring each other out, we have developed a family routine. Now that two years old is just around the corner, we’ve been talking a lot about a little brother or sister. Read More