Adoption continues to gain popularity for people looking to add a pet to their family. When you adopt, you not only save an animal’s life, you also get a great pet that is usually already house trained. You save money
I used to feel trapped by parenting. My two kids were wrapped around my ankles 24/7, like a double-headed ball and chain. They put a serious cramp in my fitness routine. In the good old days, I used to jog.
After baby is born, or perhaps at the very point of conception, our brains turn to mush. The intellectual contributions a woman makes to society begin to wane as soon as her womb is filled with new life. At least,
Phases. Every kid goes through them. The silly jokes phase, a favorite shirt they want to wear every day phase, or the phase when they figure out the correlation between the speed limit sign and your car’s speedometer. My 13-year-old son,
Poised on top of the kitchen table, I slowly turned while my mother measured the hem of my new dress. The whimsical hunter green calico brushed against my bare legs with each turn, and I watched in awe as my