A few months ago, my sister convinced me to go see a live telecast given by Dr. Harvey Karp, pediatrician and writer of “The Happiest Toddler on the Block”. My sister is a school psychologist and a fan of Dr. Karp, so I agreed to listen to what he had to say. Karp discussed many things MORE »
As a parent of a toddler, I’m guessing you probably carry around one of those pocket-sized antibacterial sprays for skinned knees and the like. Those things are brilliant. Well, I have found a very lucrative niche market for some entrepreneurial soul to exploit (concept is open to any developers, provided I get free samples!). What MORE »
Being a mother is some hard shit. That’s the truth. But you knew that right? You knew that because a ton of mothers —mothers who write about mothering, myself included — love to regale you with stories about the crap parts, the times that try our souls, and some people are sick of it. Maybe MORE »
There comes a time in many women’s lives when they make a startling realization. For me, that time came last week. I haven’t become my mom (I should be so lucky). No, it dawned on me that I’ve become that mom. You know that one I’m talking about. In fact, I know you do because MORE »
If I had a nickel for every time I hear, “NO, I DO IT!” in a day, I’d be rich. Okay, maybe not quite rich, but I’d definitely be able go on a nice little shopping spree for myself. And while, on the one hand, it’s fun to watch my toddler learn to master new MORE »
Today, I was able to catch the beginning of one of Fuzz’s “moments” on camera. This perfectly describes my recent post with his lollipop demands, except this time, he wanted the camera. First, he climbed into his high chair by himself, and I was hoping to get some cute smiles and giggles for posterity. I MORE »
Last month, I posted a satirical slideshow that many people found offensive, but many more people thought was spot-on. People connected with the fact that having a toddler is really hard…so hard that some days, you want to shut yourself in a closet and cry. I’ve heard it before and I’m starting to believe…it does MORE »
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