Parks & Rec centers galore, delicious restaurants, and a great variety of family fun – this Parent’s Guide to Northwest Huntsville will be your best friends if you’re new to the neighborhood!
About Taralyn Caudle
Posts by Taralyn Caudle:
These lessons learned from a new Mompreneur can help you on your own journey to becoming a small business owner. Find out more about Taralyn’s experiences, and get registered for the Mompreneur Event on September 8th!
You’ve probably heard about all the negative connotations about having (and being!) an Only Child. But we think the pros definitely outweigh the cons, and this mother-daughter duo lists them out.
Talking to your kids about race might seem overwhelming, especially in light of current events. A local mom and Certified Diversity Professional shares some great advice.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a proud single mother, but it’s hard. And I don’t take for granted that my personal experience as a single mom has been far better than that of many other single mothers. And my daughter has it better than some kids who come from two parent homes.
Rather than creating a list of all the things I’d like to change or accomplish this year, I’m writing down four things that I’m giving up as a working mom in 2015. By the time I open my office door, I’m not only overloaded with thoughts of what I have to accomplish at work, but I’m already thinking about what I need to get done once I get home.
Taralyn Caudle / Classes, Reviews / Girl Talk Huntsville Hospital, Guy Talk Huntsville Hospital, Huntsville Hospital, Huntsville Hospital parenting class, parenting pubescence, parenting tween, sex education Huntsville / 2 Comments
Just a few short months ago, I was celebrating my daughter’s 10th birthday, reminiscing about all of her childhood milestones, and marveling at what a wonderful young lady she’s becoming. I was not, however, thinking about the fact that I am now the mother of a pre-pubescent little girl. Sigh. Not unlike many parents, this […]
Me: “Gabby, have you practiced piano today?” Gabby: “No, ma’am.” Me: “And why not?” Gabby: “I don’t know. I just forgot.” Me: “What do you mean you forgot? Gab, you know you have to practice every day…” So goes the beginning of my lecture to my daughter about her commitment to playing the piano. She’s […]
I don’t know exactly how long the term BFF (you know, Best Friends Forever) has been a part of the American lexicon, but I do remember thinking in high school, after seeing a couple of girls proudly sporting BFF necklaces, “That’s ridiculous!” No one is guaranteed to be best friends forever. Even 20 years ago, […]
My daughter recently celebrated her 10th birthday. And as I spent the last couple of weeks planning her party, it occurred to me that this is also my 10th anniversary as a mother. Time has flown by so quickly that it’s hard to believe somebody has been walking around calling me momma/mommy/mom for an entire […]
My daughter has beautiful hair. I tell her so all the time. But you know what you’ll never hear me say to my daughter? … “You have good hair.” For me, that term – good hair – is loaded with assumptions, not the least of which is the implication that some hair must also be […]