For two years now, I’ve been trying to transition my son into his own bed.
My all-time favorite night for fashion has come and gone.
She’s stylish, fun and co-owner of the Denim Saloon in Dundee.
Simply put – that person with the last word spoken absolutely, will not, under any circumstances, shut up.
Inspired by the Oscars, I want to encourage other fashion-challenged moms to show off their signature looks.
It’s that moment parents dread. The moment where you steal your child’s innocence by pulling the curtain away to reveal the little old man instead of Oz The Great.
Tag Archives: November issue of momaha magazine
My 4-year-old daughter so desperately wants black hair like her older brother and younger sister.
“No, no, honey,” I said. “You’re beautiful just the way you are.”
I gazed at her doe-eyed face. I could tell she wasn’t getting it.
So, I pulled out a sheet of paper and markers to draw all of the people in her family — from grandpa to papa to dad and brother. I drew grandma and nana and aunties and uncles. Together, we colored each person’s hair. We only needed three colors: gray, black and brown.