Tag: children

Sex O’Clock

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During a ladies' night a few months back, a friend casually mentioned that she had to leave early because she HAD to have sex...

Why I Send My Children to Sleepaway Camp

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*Thank you to Sharyn Bluestein for this guest post sharing her experiences with sending her children to sleepaway camp. As the temperatures rose last April,...

13 Black History Month Picture Books For Kids

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I met my biological father for the first time at eighteen and spent a year living with him in San Francisco, California. I had...

Love, Fear and ALLLL the Other Emotions of Motherhood

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As I lay awake in the early hours of the morning with my three-month-old son, my heart is so full. My mind is spinning...

Creating A Family Christmas Tradition

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I remember when I was a child, each year on Christmas Eve my parents would allow my sisters and me to open one Christmas...

A List of Local Pediatric Developmental and Behavioral Resources

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Having a child whose needs are a little different than those of his or her peers, or who displays behaviors that are not characteristic...

The Sunday Routine; Simple Tips For A Smoother Week

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There are 48 hours in a weekend and I want to spend all of them in my pajamas snuggled up with my family. But,...

Mom Hack: The Power of an At-Home Picnic

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What’s a fun, easy activity for kids of all ages that can be done at home and costs essentially nothing? Of course, there is more...

Tips For Getting In Flow Alongside Distractions: The Mom Life Dilemma

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As I am sitting here working on an overdue blog post and trying to set the agenda for my Sacred Bliss Women’s Circle event...

Hear the Pounding Heartbeats of 1 in 100 for World Heart...

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Are you 1 in 100? Is your sweet son or daughter 1 in 100? I am, and I'm proud to admit it. 1 in...