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“Ryan, you’re free!”
“No, I’m four!”
— Ryan age 4 with a friend


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Get ready for the holidays with Pampered Chef

The holidays are just around the corner.
Are you ready? Do you have what you need?


Baby's Facebook Baby Book

I assumed, just like with most parenting things, I would be just like my mom….but she definitely didn’t have Facebook. [...]


A love letter to my husband

Having our son made me Superwoman. But you are the wind underneath my cape. Here’s why: [...]


Christmas Miracle

I heard on the news that there was a family that had a miracle this Christmas season. A mother went into labor and had a heart attack and died during delivery. The doctors did an emergency c-section, but the baby was also not breathing. The father sat there helplessly while his family lay before him. [...]


A Working Mother’s “Stay-at-Home” Experiment

This summer vacation was especially poignant, because it would be the first summer I spent with my son, and the longest duration of time we had together since his birth and my subsequent maternity leave.


The Curse of the Sanctimommy

The sanctimommy makes a comment or thinks, “Man, what a disorganized mom, I feel sorry for that kid.”
I used to think that I was so scattered that I would never have a sanctimommy moment – but I did. [...]


All I Needed to Know about Life I learned in the first six months of Parenthood

As my child gets closer to the huge first birthday, I thought I would jot down some random thoughts that I have learned in the long, strange trip that is parenthood. [...]


‘Dad is sleeping as he enjoyed the whiskey at the party…’

DAD IS SLEEPING AS HE ENJOYED THE WHISKEY AT THE PARTY and other hilarious emails from your mother [...]


How to Child-Proof Your Houseguests

Your MIL’s visits probably will be a bit like having a third child to hover over. [...]


Going Green?


I’m always looking for ways to help keep the earth healthy. When it involves making my child healthier too, I’m all ears. [...]