Tag: parenting perspectives

What I Learned about Motherhood from the Mother of a Trans...

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{For the sake of continuity, I'll be referring to the LGBTQIA+ community as the queer community in parts of this post. I realize it...

Childhood Transitions:: The Invisible, Indelible Line

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If your son is over the age of thirteen, do you remember exactly the last time that he reached out for your hand? I...

Halfway:: A Letter to My Son on His 9th Birthday

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Halfway. You are nine today and we are halfway through parenting you until you leave our home and set off on your own course....

Back to School Reflections from an Empty Nester

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Back to school is one of my favorite times of the year. All of the hopes and dreams that come from the start of...

Why I Limit Photos of My Child on Social Media

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When my husband and I started talking about having kids, I had a list of things for us to discuss together, from discipline to...

Yes, I am That Mom, but It’s All About Perspective

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The older I get, the more my perspective changes on motherhood, and really, on life in general. We all know That Mom. She is messy,...

Fighting Perfectionism :: What I Learned When My Daughter Gave Herself...

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I have been a dance mom for the last four years, and during those years one statement I have repeated many times is, “We...

Let’s Talk About Fighting :: One Mom’s Attempts to Prevent Sibling...

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Oh, the fighting! I was raised the oldest of 4 kids. I saw how we fought ALL THE TIME—especially my two brothers. I’m forever...

10 Truths I Wish All Parents Knew

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#1 Every stage ends. Really, they all end. One day you will shower again. You will go on dates again. You’ll get your body back....

The Days Are Long, Even If You Cherish Them

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Remember that wistful mom who approached you at Target and gazed at your chubby tot while urging you to CHERISH IT ALL, because her...
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