Month: December 2015

My 3 Big New Year’s Resolutions

My 3 Big New Year’s Resolutions

How often do people magically change who they are because their calendar flipped to a new page? Let’s think about what we want to do MORE of. Here are my 3 big New Year’s Resolutions.

When things get really tough – Finding Magic Moments in Life

When things get really tough – Finding Magic Moments in Life

In response to recent events in Paris, we are all looking for goodness in the world. I discussed a viral video with one of my best friends and she graciously offered to write another guest piece about finding magic moments with your kids.

Oh no she didn’t! – How to Handle 3rd-Party-Marriage Intruders

Oh no she didn’t! – How to Handle 3rd-Party-Marriage Intruders

3rd-party-marriage intruders are easy to spot because they were your partner’s “person” before you, but now they are not and it can create an issue.

Celebrating Hanukkah in a world of Christmas dazzle

Celebrating Hanukkah in a world of Christmas dazzle

My husband and I are both Jewish and neither one of us grew up celebrating Christmas. This is the first year my three-year old daughter understands holidays and she has heard of Christmas and I can see she wants in. My husband and I have explained we don’t celebrate Christmas because we’re Jewish and it’s not our holiday. She seems to be all right with this. Still, a part of me is waiting for the moment it really sinks in.

The Begrudgingly Breastfeeding Mom

The Begrudgingly Breastfeeding Mom

In response to my post on “Breastfeeding or formula-feeding, why do we care?!” Guest writer, Emily Gelman, has a very different experience breastfeeding – she does not like it. She is begrudgingly breastfeeding, so I asked Emily to share her thoughts.

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