Right before my youngest daughter turned two, I thought to myself- hmm, I think it’s time to potty train her. My husband and I had started toilet training our eldest daughter around the age of 18 months, so I...
We clear the table and turn on the tea kettle. I rummage through the pantry and pick up a bag of coconut cookies and salted crackers. I grab some cheese and carrots and place it all on a plate...
Reading is a fundamental right. We send our kids to school so that they can become better readers and better thinkers. Reading more authentic literature leads to high levels of critical thinking—so equip your readers with books from diverse...
Sorority Life and Community As a teacher, looking back at why I chose to become a part of a sorority in college helps me understand the needs of my students now. I joined a sorority because I wanted to be...
February is my favorite month of the year. My birthday is at the end of the month, Valentine’s Day {or my preference:: Galentine’s Day} means indulging in way too many sweets, and Black History Month enables me to dig...
Here’s what I think about the Gen Z-ers saying skinny jeans and side parts are for old people::They’re right. From an elder millennial {born in 1983}, I believe them when they tell us what’s trendy right now. And I...
I realized something today, as my five year old youngest child confidently stepped out of our minivan and walked through the doors of his preschool:: his backpack fits him now.  I bought him that backpack when he was just barely...
It was one of those nice afternoons when the little one was taking a nap, the oldest was upstairs reading, and my seven-year-old daughter was playing quietly with her mystery blind bags in the family room. I was sitting...
  It's no secret this pandemic has been hard. Hard for moms. Hard for dad. Hard for kids.  Despite all of this my kids have been amazing. Like, letting Mommy and Daddy take uninterrupted work calls at 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm...
I'm fairly certain that this post should begin with a fair warning. I do me. And when it comes to motherhood, I am so down for teenagers. There is a small window in the first 3-ish months of life...

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