My kids are too young still, but I really cannot wait until we can all sit down next to the fireplace each year as a family and just unload our major gripes and complaints about this cruel world on each other. (Actually, I suppose that could be Thanksgiving dinner, too, but whatever).
Because, frankly speaking, you don't want a pregnant lady to yell at you, now do you?
There is nothing quite like watching your own child being born. No matter where we roam, no matter what we accomplish or conquer in this crazy life, there isn’t even one single experience that a human being can go through that is as overwhelming and as powerful as being right there when your son or daughter MORE »
Marriage, in many many strange and twisted ways, means you aren't just you anymore. You're you...and someone else.
After all, what would life be like in 20 years or so if you didn't stumble upon an old dusty box of artwork from when your kids were still actually kids?
I know, I know. "Nature walk," you huff, condescendingly. "Poor kids." Well, whatever. Come along with us then. I mean, at this point, you know you want to.
Like it or not, here in America in the 21st century, there are two kinds of people. First, there are the kind of folks who frown and snicker condescendingly when they hear the words “Black Friday.” They are the holiday Scrooges who don’t know what it’s like. They think they know. They think that it MORE »
A British woman whose six miscarriages and two ectopic pregnancies left her with no choice but to undergo a hysterectomy sees crowdfunding as her final chance to become a mom. According to a new piece in The Daily Mail, 34-year-old Jo Hilton, of Strafford-upon-Avon, suffered her first ectopic pregnancy when she was just 19 and has MORE »
The day is coming, and I know it. My little girl, Violet, who turns 5 in a couple of months, is going to walk in the front door from school someday down the road and sit down at the kitchen island and flop her pretty little head down into her arms and start bawling like MORE »
We're lucky, I guess, that when it comes to our kids, to our love, we can never know the future. But even if we could, would that ever change a thing?
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