I want to thank all the Babble Voices readers that took time to offer advice about my last column. It means a lot that you took time to both read and comment on my situation.
When my first son was born, the diapers he wore were Pampers. Of course, Pampers. A name everyone knows. Even I had heard of them before I had kids. They’re like the “Kleenex” of baby supplies. When my second son arrived he, too, was put into Pampers. I was proud of it. Heck, when we MORE »
When our first son was born, Craig Ferguson, the nighttime TV host, gave me a book. I think the title was Happy Baby, Healthy Sleep Habits; something to that effect. (When he recently had his new baby, I gave him the book back, as a gift.) Our son Noah was a dream. It took about MORE »
A lot of times when you ask an artist their favorite city to play, their answer would depend on the venue. Sometimes the venue is the only place we see when we’re in a city. Now, this doesn’t apply to all artists. Some artists will take motorcyles on the road, hauling them in trailers behind MORE »
I love my husband dearly. We work together, play together, laugh together and raise our family together. Recently, his actions brought to mind a comment Bill Cosby once made. It was something to the effect of “Men aren’t dumb. They just pretend to be so they don’t have to do certain things.” What made me MORE »
My husband and I are fortunate to be able to work and travel together. More importantly, we made a conscious choice at this point of our children’s lives to have them travel with us wherever we go. However, every once in a GREAT while, I am forced to leave them at home with their Nanny MORE »
When I was pregnant with my first son I received this “thing” as a gift. I wasn’t a stuffed animal and it wasn’t a blanket. I thought it was strange. What purpose did this thing serve? It couldn’t cover the baby and you couldn’t stand it up as a decoration. It just lay there. This MORE »
I’ve never really paid attention to age. My family is eternally young. At 82, my Dad still runs 3 to 4 miles a day and makes it to the gym three days a week. So when it came to my biological clock, I was never one to think I needed to have kids by a MORE »
Noah’s first day back at school Would someone please tell me where the fathers were during car line orientation. I don’t think a single one of them was present.
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