Like so many other parents, I've caught myself thinking "I wish kids came with an instruction manual". I mean having something that decipher the seemingly meaningless crying or help me make decisions on important things like school, discipline or vaccinations. Unfortunately, there isn't a single written document that can address these specific issues. Sure there... Continue Reading →

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I've heard it time and again, "Practice self care to avoid mom burnout." I've been heeding this amazing advice for a few months now and let me tell you, I have been in a much better mood. When I've taken time by myself to prepare for the day, I'm much more relaxed, much more motivated,... Continue Reading →

I wanted to cry. My four year old son, out of the goodness of his heart, handed a shoe box to the young man who came over to work on his car. The contents of the box, a super-hero cape and mask that Paul M had received as a Christmas gift. The young man put... Continue Reading →

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