I recently got into a debate with a friend of mine over a remark I'd made, mostly in passing. "My kids are my life," I said.
by guest blogger Renee James, essayist and blogger I don't count on much in life, but I do tend to rely on one thing: that invariab...
April showers bring May flowers, May brings prom season. High school juniors and seniors are getting ready to make memories that will last a lifetime. Unfortunately, without proper planning, parents can make debt that will also last a very long time.
A group of Georgia high school students are making history by challenging the segregation of their high school prom. Thanks to their efforts and the s...
She wants everything to be perfect, and so do you. How do you help her understand however, that you may not be willing/able to buy the dream dress she desires?
For parents, the primary prom-related concerns aren't financial. Our biggest prom worries are the risky behaviors associated with proms, most specifically driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs, and unsafe sex.
If Medley is such a Bible believer, she should consider this verse in 1 Timothy 2:12 - "I do not permit a woman to teach or hold authority over a man, she must remain silent. "
With an infectious joy in her smile and a quirky openness in her dancer's step, Celia Rowlson-Hall radiates a fresh and distinctly female voice in film, with a touch of throwback faithfulness to the classic Hollywood greats.
It's back to school season. That usually means ice-breakers, homework, and navigating a new class schedule. But for seniors, it also means breaking op...
When I think of all that my friends have given me -- couches to sleep on, hand-me-down clothes, mix tapes and Internet cat videos -- repaying them with a taffeta dress and a to-do list feels dishearteningly insincere.
Raising a teenager is like being a Kremlinologist during the Cold War. For those trying to navigate, here's a primer on how to attend the prom at one suburban New York high school. At least these appear to have been the rules yesterday. They may have changed by today.
The Enchanted Closet gives young women without the means to afford their own prom dress the chance to experience this rite of passage and outfits them with all they need to make their prom a night they will never forget.
Months ago, I accepted a prom date from a boy who is also a senior and lives in my neighborhood. Now, the prom is coming up in a week and I would rather stay home then go with this kid.
While most of this publication's readers are obsessing over national party politics, the youth of America are worrying about a very different sort of party: prom.
In the proverbial blink of an eye, 18 years had zoomed by since I stood gazing at this unfamiliar object in the hospital nursery. That little seven-pound bundle grew up. Nicely.
Sure, Boy Prom Moms avoid the dress drama and vetoes, but that's little consolation for the boring tuxedo experience. Not to mention transportation and after-party negotiations...