Back when I was pregnant for the first time, I thought we would get one stroller—the Phil and Ted’s. It seemed like the ideal stroller for a growing family as it has the double option, plus it accommodated a newborn and most importantly, I could jog with it. Or so I thought.Then and
Okay, I can relax. Ben won't lie on his back until he's graduating from high school. As I've written before, my son's lack of interest in doing anything other than sitting on his butt has caused his mother and I a little bit of angst. He's nine months, already, and geez, it's time the kid caught up
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When is it too much of a good thing? I know my daughter, Julia, could be addicted to so many bad things that we have no right to complain that she's addicted to something good. She's 3 years, 5 months. And right now only one thing in the world matters. The Nutcracker.See, about four or five
The urge to protect our children from bad news is very strong. But sometimes they get more than we tell them. Three examples: 1) My husband is laid off as of March 16. When I got this news, it was in the car, driving Sam to daycare. Sam: “Mommy, who that?” Me: “That was Daddy.” Sam: