By Karen Peterson. My 13-year-old walked up next to me and compared her height to mine with her hand to show she was now taller than me.
By Cecilia Garcia-Velez. I cannot and will not be that mother that forces a sport onto a child.
By Galit Breen. I sit snuggled between so many pieces of my heart; bare to the world but bungee corded to me.
By Holly Collingwood. Playgrounds are so fun, until my kids discover you.
By Kathy Glow. My dreams of having at least one future David Beckham in the house were quickly dashed.
By Jennifer Savage. Eliza seems to have moved on, forgiven me for serious lack of good parenting.
By Jessica Malouf. Our culture, for whatever reason, doesn’t favor boys in classical dance.
By Stacey Conner. The minute we mark our choices as right by marking other choices as wrong, we lose the power of choice.
I am thankful for my cancer. I am thankful for the opportunity it gave me to grow, evolve and change.
By Katrina Willis. I’m amazed by what our minds and bodies can do when we set a strong intention.