Tales From the Trenches
Sometimes parenting is crazy hard. It’s definitely not always that way and clearly most of it is amazing (or people wouldn’t keep doing it) but sometimes you need a friend to listen to your horror stories and commiserate. That idea, that listening to someone else’s stories about parenting and sharing our own, is the germ that created Tales from the Trenches, our series about how hard and crazy parenting can sometimes be.
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I was shocked at the amount of money it cost for such a charge.
“These other moms just don’t understand the development of children,” I used to say to my husband, “our children will be different.”
Motherhood is a muscle. For me, it’s not necessarily about getting better, but getting stronger.
My wife and I have worked hard to bring our best selves to being Mom and Dad. The best we’ve got happens to include an executive decision to let cursing fall through the filter.
This is not the cheery self-help post to give you advice on how to do parental self-care. This is just giving you permission to be tired.
A rare genetic disease called Uncombable Hair Syndrome has a local mom worried for her daughter and the whispers she might hear as she gets older.
I want to focus on learning. I want to focus on experiences that will shape his life, even at such a young age. And here’s how I’m going to do that.
If you’re looking for a family road trip story gone horribly wrong written in the style of Hunter S. Thompson this is for you – it’s gonzo parenting at its best!
How does a mom prepare herself for her child’s teenage years lurking around the corner? By toughening up her heart.