What I learned form living in 7 countries. By always being a "welcomed outsider," I have never felt like I had to absorb these social expectations. This was partly possible because the people I met over the years did not expect me to do so as I was not exactly one of them, which made it acceptable for me to act differently, and partly because I was also not interested in alienating myself in this way.
Remain Chill in the Midst of Chaos - Let Go While Also Moving Forward
Ever had the thought that you're not the mom you wanted to be? Here is some encouragement from someone who get's it. Pull up a chair & learn to love your child well! This post is part of a one-month series called "Let's Talk Relationships!" Join us!
It got my kiddo in the habit of Not crying at the separation! 3 tips that helped my clingy daughter handle preschool drop-off. Whenever she starts to cry at drop-off I remember these steps and it goes back to a hug and a wave.
New moms: here's the ultimate mom to be guide — everything you need to know about pregnancy, labor, products to buy and welcoming your baby home. Read these tips and make sure you have all you need to prepare for the bab
I’m a mom and I’ll admit it, I read! I am a reader. I have vivid memories of going to the library with my mom. We’d meet this hundred year old white-haired librarian who was excited for the adventure(!) I was going to have with this book! Oh and that book! And this one too! I would literally walk out of the library with 15 books in hand. I have enjoyed reading all my life. It’s probably one of those deep seeded recurring events that just seems natural to me. My library visits…