I’ll be honest – the level of intensity and consumption that is potty training completely caught me by surprise. Because, never in my dating years, wedding vows, or honeymoon was there that much discussion of “best methods to handle, restrain, command and control human waste.” But now, it’s all I talk about.
It’s been our experience that moms have fantastic business ideas, and many are looking for more flexible ways to stay in the workforce, using their hard-earned skills while raising a family. Enter: The Mompreneur Event with the WBCNA on September 8th!
Meet an amazing Rocket City Mom that wears many different hats, literally and professionally! It doesn’t matter if she’s in the classroom or on the stage, this local mom is a beloved advisor, teacher, friend, performer, and sings a mean “Wagon Wheel”.
When the Stanford Rapist Who Can Also Swim story started emerging, I began to question myself. Have we ever directly addressed the sticky situations that can come up? Does my son truly understand consent?
These unique workshops are designed to be fun, pairing expectant fathers with veteran dads to practice diaper changes and ways to soothe a crying baby. But we also cover more serious topics for new dads.
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Hampton Cove, Owens Crossroads, Big Cove, Mountain Cove or just “over the mountain” – whatever you choose to call it, the Hampton Cove area is a growing community full of places to eat and play!
In this day and age, spring cleaning seems a bit antiquated. Is deep cleaning even possible when superfluous toys cover the floor? When home is a place to stash used sippy cups and soiled clothes before heading off to the next commitment? Who has time to scrub all those corners I’ve been cutting all year?
I don’t know how they do it, these kids, conducting so much of their social lives in our back seats, at our mercy to pick them up from the dance or take them to meet their friends. What if we parents made them reserve a ride in advance?
These days I find myself in planning mode, preparing for co-parenting during the holidays. This time of year for fathers like myself that are actively involved, while no longer in a committed relationship with the mother of their children can be tough.
Pet Cemetery, The Shining, Chucky. There’s a reason creepy kids are a hallmark in horror films. We asked local parents to share their creepiest stories and trust us, you want to read these.
So what started out as a great day, took a very bad turn before correcting itself and turning into a great day again. Arguably, this is not my finest moment – but I’m happy to share the blame with my two young sons. So during our third deployment cycle in 2010, I got the great […]