Last week, my oldest daughter was scheduled to attend a student orientation day at her new middle school. How the words "oldest daughter" and "middle . . .
Wrangling a family of six is not what I would call a walk in the park. In fact, if we were in said park, Graham and I would be chasing children in . . .
Tomorrow morning, my family will head out for what will likely be an 8-hour road trip to visit my family in Kentucky. I haven't lived in the Bluegrass . . .
I used to be a total yes girl. Float a good idea from 20 yards away, and I'd take it up as a personal mission. Uncover a need anywhere, for any . . .
Last week, I spoke and wrote about a common obstacle to friendship: feelings of unworthiness (i.e. I'm not worthy to have a friend OR I'm not worthy . . .
Dear Son, After months of evaluations, endless surveys, and professional opinions, you were diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder . . .
On Monday, I had the honor of speaking to a local Mothers of Preschoolers group on the topic of friendship. If I had any doubts that my talking points . . .
The little holiday of love is coming up in t-minus one week, and if you're like me, you've helped the kids write their classroom valentines but have . . .
When I found out I was pregnant with twins, my sister and fellow mom of multiples gave me the sage advice to get my babes on the same schedule. She . . .
Last week, we took away tech and our children staged a coup. Earlier that day at their 7-year well check, Henry and Harper's lifelong pediatrician . . .