I’ve rustled up most of the items I’ve been wearing lately. Check them out.
He’s a best-in-class parental ignorer, and it’s infuriating.
“Cheating” is for diets. And I’m not a fan of diets.
My husband and brother-in-law trained the past 14 weeks for it.
Maybe the cure is to ask yourself: “Do you need it or want it?” Who am I kidding, that didn’t work for me.
Now with kids, I’m breaking every single promise to myself.
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We met in a small office supply closet turned into an even smaller conference room at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Teacher’s College.
We had been put into a small group of social science student teachers that were supposed to be practicing teaching to each other. She and I sat across from each other, struck up a conversation and time stopped.
Nearly 10 years later we are living in Omaha and raising two beautiful boys.
There’s a good reason they say “it takes a village to raise a child.”
What’s wrong with entering the New Year the same way you ended the old year?
We must never forget those who have showed us strength.
This weekend is filled with lots of activities to keep you warm and active!
Check out some of them below:
Help raise awareness of lung cancer at Saturday’s Free to Breathe 5K Walk/Run.
Participate in Skinny Bones Adventure 5K Mud Run on Saturday to benefit the American Cancer Society Relay For Life.
At fall, I think of pumpkin carving with my family. But what if you’re a kid with out a family?
“Mommy,” my 4-year-old Alejandra said. “Where’s brother?”
“He’s at his mommy’s house,” I said.
“Why does brother have another mommy?” she asked.
How do you explain to a preschooler your would-be step-child’s relationship with his biological parents?
It will be 10 days before I get to see my kids again. And that is a long time in this mama’s world.
A 1933 letter F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote to his daughter inspired me to write my own.
His story is a great reminder that we are all human and make mistakes.