The direction on what we're supposed to be feeding our kids seems to be as unpredictable as what will come out of Donald Trump's mouth next. One day, it's "have your kids eat this." The next day, it's "oh wait, just kidding, don't feed your kids that."
Can't wait to be alone with you, Babe... right after we read 47 bedtime stories and wipe the pasta off the dining room walls.
It is essential for the parents to nurture their child in way that is most preferable and suitable for the future. The whole personality of the child is carved by this one important factor, confidence.
When I was a child, my parents' fights could suck the oxygen out of a room. My mother verbally lashed my father, smashed jam jars, and made outlandish threats. Her outbursts froze me in my tracks. When my father fled to work, the garage, or the woods, I felt unprotected.
Motherhood is beautiful, and I'll be the first to wave that flag. But it's hard. Can we talk about that, and stop pretending the only things worthy of Instagram are rainbows and unicorn farts?
The first skin-to-skin contact with my babies was intoxicating. The first embrace, kisses, everything was beyond intense. It was a love and a feeling that was so deep and overwhelming, I have no words to describe them. But everything changed after that.
The Bear Cub Club meets in the Tongass National Forest, which, with the Great Bear Rainforest is part of the Pacific temperate rainforest, the largest such ecosystem in existence.
Isn't the fact that my daughter got to school prepared and on time the most important thing?
How often do we make decisions before considering what is pushing us in that direction? Specifically, do we, as future parents, take sufficient time to deeply consider what void we are trying to fill when we decide to have a child?
We can't raise our kids to be stable, peaceful and filled with love if we're agitated, fearful and yelling. Instead, our attitude will teach them that the world is a scary place.
I met Ross my freshman year in college. Eleven years my senior, he was my philosophy adjunct professor at Temple University in Philadelphia. He was cute, Jewish, and intensely attentive. Just my type.
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To be a mother is to rise and fall with your child's victories and defeats. It's to jump and scream with every strike they throw, every dismount landed and goal scored.
When you have a deep desire to learn about what is in your highest good, you will listen to that quiet Guidance that speaks to you through your thoughts, feelings, images, and dreams, or even through the rocks and trees.
To feel the searing pain of betrayal through a broken heart and continue to love in spite of it is the manifestation of what differentiates love's profundity in all of its forms.
What you are about to read is based on a true story. And apologies in advance for its length. I had a feeling that the other weekend wasn't going to ...