I pluck the To Do list from the dashboard, ball it up in my fist, and jam it into my back pocket. There is still time. Time to see my daughter so young and alive.
Our neighbors live in a constant state of competition over their kids, constantly trying to outdo each other to establish who actually had the smartest child.
You guys are my life’s greatest achievement.
Getting my two wiggly, giggly girls into bed is a losing battle that begins shortly after dinner and carries on through the entire evening.
She didn’t feel deprived at all by me not building her the giant pirate ship, I promised … me. All she needed was the security; I would love and take care of her.
Why is it so hard to carry this awareness with us at all times, and above all else, are we failing to teach our children about presence of mind even without the threat of danger present?
With her tiny hands, she lifts Sadness up towards me in the same way I did when I knelt down and introduced them, the day Sadness became more than just a talking plush doll.
Let’s face it: women are still outspoken in the classroom, still paid less for the same jobs, and still under-represented in leadership positions.
After teaming up with fellow football player, Nick Milodragovich, in just three short years, Pink Gloves Boxing was recognized in Entrepreneur Magazine's Top 100 Innovative Businesses.
Unfortunately, very few people know that tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease in America, five times more common than asthma in children.