As a parent, I believe that one of my primary goals in my life is to raise an emotionally resilient child who can navigate life's challenges with both confidence and adaptability.
The Boy, my son, has only a few weeks left in his freshman year of high school, and I don’t understand how time has moved so quickly!
Suddenly, I was an empty nester and I had no idea what to do with myself.
All jokes aside, why is it that whenever anyone asks me what I want for my birthday/Christmas/Mother’s Day, I can never think of anything? Or more to the point, anything realistic?
You truly do not know what someone else has experienced – until you take the time to ask.
As kids grow up, we cannot always protect them. Heartbreak after a relationship is one of those experiences.
We knew life would be different with a baby, but we were sure we didn’t want to sacrifice this fundamental aspect of our relationship
I recently went through the process of downsizing and moving, and boy was it an adventure! I survived, and I'm here to share my story.
Odds are, kids aren’t going to list bicycle helmets high on the cool list.
My sister is only two years older than me, but her kids are much older than ours.
What I have learned, at least with my children, is that “I don’t like that!” rarely means they don’t actually like the food.