Every Wednesday, Bella and I pile into the car to make a 30 — 45 min trek over to the west side of El Paso. This is where her play therapist’s office is, and we’ve been going there for nearly two years now. What was first a bump in our week, and a pain because MORE »
Here's what makes me nervous - our country's initial response to the request of the german homeschool family to seek asylum here.
Not all St. Patrick's Day books fall into the leprechaun or religion category. There's much more to this holiday to share with our kids.
So while my friends struggle with another round of diapers and all nighters, I struggle with due dates, death dates, and anniversaries of things I never wanted to know about.
A few months ago I wrote about our daughter still co-sleeping with us, and how we felt about it. We were all ok with it still up until the middle of February.
To end anymore hair drama, I took my daughter Bella for a kids' haircut at my salon - and here's how it went.
Like any major decision we make for our children and families, I have nagging fears about homeschooling that surface with different parts of life.
In this age of social media - how much is too much? When you live a fairly public online life, where does honesty end and disregard for your child begin?
When we sold it and moved to an apartment in a larger city, I missed my house dreadfully at first. After all, no one I knew was renting with kids.
When I was young, I spent hours telling my little brothers and sister stories. At night we'd giggle and imagine until we were finally told it really was time to go to sleep. I'd weave together ideas where children grew into giants, rich people dined at restaurants that left food on the table as a reminder of famous people who ate something there
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