The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio tells the story of Evelyn Ryan, a 1950s housewife with 10 children.
A song of her mother's is passed down to her own children.
A note made by her three children that welcomes her back after #BlogHer13 conference.
With a third baby in the picture, the youngest children suddenly change from small to big.
My step forward seals the deal: I’m so not a native.
Becoming a Mother was not how I imagined. I was baby bluesy, overwhelmed and under-rested. Nursing was difficult, endless and painful.
A hopeful Mother sees the strength of girls through the eyes of her young son. The future, it turns out, will be full of strong and capable women.
Our kids are using technology in very different ways than we did. The first of a 6 week series on raising digital kids.
How much should I really be giving and taking screen time as a privilege and/or a consequence for behavior?
Dear Galit, I’m not mincing any words here: How do we stay on top of all the different ways our kids can interact online? I know there are a lot …