Would you go this far to protect your bullied child?
Jill Trahan-Hardy waits outside her 11-year-old daughter Harley Campos’ school room every day, ready to escort her through the halls in between classes. At recess and lunch she takes up temporary residence in the playground, where she can keep a watchful eye over her fifth grader. This may seem like helicopter parenting taken to extremes, but the T
Social media stress: When good posts, pins, and tweets make you feel bad
Guess what?! Social media is making us feel like bad mothers.
Remember back in the day when we went to online bulletin boards with an anonymous screen name to talk with other parents about our deep, dark questions and fears? In BabyCenter’s community, which still uses screen names, you often see a level of raw honesty you just won’t find at a M
On average, my daughter (2 months) sleeps in about 4-hour sessions at night. But every once in awhile, she sleeps longer, about six or seven hours. This is fairy recent, within the past two weeks. Is this too early for this behavior?
A tornado, reported to be 20 miles long and 1 1/4 miles wide,touched down in Moore Oklahoma, a suburb of Oklahoma City, and devastated entire neighborhoods. Most recent reports confirm that 24 people have been killed.
An apparent 60 of the 240 people injured so far are said to be children.
Two elementary schools were directly hit, one, Briarwood
I love a good Memorial Day cookout — there’s nothing better than good food and good friends, except enjoying both of them outdoors in perfect weather. Jeff and I were chatting about what to make this weekend, and I thought I’d share with you what we decided. None of it is super fancy, but we know every one of these dishes tastes amazing.
I’m a crier. I always have been. Every emotion that comes out of my body typically ends up being manifested through tears. Sad? Obviously. Angry? Stupid tears leak out every time. Happy? Oh yeah, I cry then too.
My husband, on the other hand, is not a crier. In the first ten years of our relationship, I saw him cry a handful of times and those were