Why in the name of Cupid is this a thing that my kids are put through year after year? Why is my 7-year-old asking another 7-year-old to “Be Mine”? Isn’t it all a little… creepy?
You’d think that with six kids, we’d just avoid going anywhere. Overseas travel sounds out of the question, right? This is not the case for my clan.
Kids have gadgets. It’s just the way things go now. They bring their “i-Things” to school to do research, manage their calendars, connect with friends – it’s a way of life.
You know that mom who’s always running across the blacktop as the school bell rings, dragging a reluctant kindergartener with each hand?
Divorce sucks. It can be lonely, painful, and definitely heartbreaking. I know it was the right decision for me, but, it doesn’t make it any easier.
That’s been the question on my mind lately. My son just turned 2…
I like to believe that I am the lawmaker in the family but that’s simply not true. That position resides with my wife.
My cousin has three small children and she also was afflicted by the drastic laundry curse that happens when your third baby arrives.
If a single emotion represented motherhood, it would be love. Blinding, unconditional, beyond-your-wildest-dreams, never-ending love.
My husband plays beer-league hockey on Wednesday nights. I don’t begrudge him this time that he takes; he needs it as much as I do since he does half the parenting in our home with three young daughters.