Everyone has opinions about everyone else’s parenting, and for some reason, the holidays seem to embolden people to actually make those opinions heard.
I’ll sign any petition to put an end to Daylight Savings Time. But in the meantime, here are 4 tips for staying sane while “falling back.”
I look back to where I was eleven years ago when my oldest was born and I see not just how she’s grown in the blink of an eye, but how I’ve grown as well. In the time she’s grown from a baby to a preteen, both her and I have changed substantially.
I’ve been helping my clients and friends navigate this incredibly difficult terrain, and I want to help you, too. Here are some things to consider when deciding whether and how to talk to your young kids about what’s going on.
I took the test before bedtime, leaving it in the bathroom while the countdown timer flashed, proving I didn’t really believe I could possibly be pregnant. But when I went in, it said “pregnant” in neat, bold letters.