Books are amazing tools for teaching our children about important topics like kindness, empathy, acceptance, and inclusion. As a mother to three young girls, I grow increasingly concerned each day with raising children to bring good to the world. I...
With all of the uncertainty whirling around us, there is one thing we can certainly rely on... Excitement over back to school! A little structure and routine is a welcome change from the summer frenzy. Whether attendance is to a brand...
My sister and I have not always been close, mostly because there was a 16-year age gap between us. My brother and I are 15 months apart. That was . . . interesting. For the first few years, I...
Time is a thief. I will soon have a kindergartner. Certainly, I am not the only mother who feels as if they just settled their sleepy newborn in a crib but looks over at a (now) 5-year-old. I still think of...
I am an only child, but my dad is one of four, and my mom is one of three. Growing up, I lived within an hour of all my aunts, uncles, and cousins. With no brothers or sisters of my...
Inhaling the sweet smell of her baby’s newness, a young mother cradles her baby's head in the crook of her neck. Her hand moves up, pausing for a few seconds on those sweet neck wrinkles. His head fits satisfyingly...
I’m sure you all have imagined what you wanted your life to look like in five, ten, or even 15 years. As I reflect on the past five years, I never imagined my life would look like it does....
Lice. My head itches just saying that word out loud. Ugh...anyone else? There are many old wives' tales and superstitions about prevention and treatment. Which ones work? What is the most effective? Do you need to burn your sheets and towels?...
After spending the bulk of my career teaching younger kids how to read, I spent the past couple of years teaching young teens about story development and themes in literature. At their age, I always had a book on hand....
Like many college students, I babysat weekly in Tallahassee while attending Florida State University to make extra money, usually to spend at the bar. Once a week, I would prepare for my day of "motherhood," as I called it...

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I'm sure the question "What are we eating for dinner?" comes up quite frequently at your house as it does in mine. And who...