The latest front in the ever-evolving mommy wars has broken out and the shrapnel is flying. The question: Is stay-at-home motherhood a luxury—or a job? 807 more words
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You’re Wearing That? Understanding Mothers and Daughters in Conversation
by Deborah Tannen
Ballantine Books, 2006
The mother-daughter relationship is very complex. Whether it’s existent or not, it has an effect on women. 662 more words
Raising children to adulthood is a creative adventure. Some things I remember clearly, others I don’t, but I think my kids remember everything.
My children seem to remember everything I’ve ever said that has ever been on the wrong side of truth. 749 more words
Nothing reminds you that you’re a single parent quite like air travel with a toddler.
During a trip home for Christmas last year, I brought my one-year-old daughter, who had just learned to walk. 913 more words