What do new parenting and life amidst the Coronavirus have in common? Read on to find out.
In this vulnerable post, I share a little bit about how I’ve moved from connection, through disconnection and back again to reconnection in my couple relationship.
You Matter To Me
NOTE: I wrote this a couple of years ago when a wonderful mentor/colleague/friend of mine was going through a tough time. Today, most of us are going through a VERY tough time. But the birth workers I know – the childbirth educators, support group facilitators, mental health providers, doulas, L&D nurses and all the providers […]
I’m taking part in yet another Quest, put on by my friend and mentor, Jeffery Davis and his team at Tracking Wonder. Usually, I respond to the “instigations” proffered throughout the month of December on the private FB forum created for our group, but the latest has implications for my own readers, so I wanted […]
I love it when research supports what I’ve been preaching for the past twenty years! I love science…
Stretch Marks – are they only physical? I don’t think so…
One Is The Loneliest Number…
Where I make the case for finding your parenting tribe, off-line and in-person.
The Secret Ingredient = LOVE
After 26 years, I’m finally able to recreate my most favorite post Thanksgiving recipe… and it tastes just like Mom’s.
Take Your Kids Camping, Please!
If I’ve timed this right, this post is going to drop right in the middle of our annual week-long camping trip along the Oregon Coast. It is, by far, my favorite Summertime activity and I look forward to it like a child waiting for Christmas. This week marks our 6th year of camping and there […]
Parenting On The Playground – Hits & Misses
Yesterday, I came upon my 10 year old daughter in deep discussion with two of her schoolmates about the upcoming sex ed discussion that would be starting next week. Now, if you’ve read any of my previous posts about this subject, you know that my kid is not going to hear anything new. Sex education […]