1.) A full night’s sleep.
Make this a night when I don’t wake up in the middle of night thinking I hear a kid crying….and the kids are at Grandma’s. READ MORE
It might be time for your child’s annual checkup. Based on my own traumatic successful experience with my five-year-old, I’d like to share how to prepare for this potentially volatile visit....Read More
There’s the God-forsaken, sleep-deprived newborn stage, followed by the blood-curdling teething stage, which leads to much-feared Terrible Twos, topped off with what is now often considered the hardest stage of all– the Terrible Threes. Dear Lord, we wonder at each age, when does it get easier?! READ MORE
There is something that I selfishly and unselfishly enjoy about being a mother, that has nothing to do with my daughter and yet everything to do with my daughter.
My friend Mieke has the wonderful ability to befriend complete strangers, everywhere she goes. She knows the personal history of every Starbucks employee in California, firefighter, police man/woman, postal worker, neighbor, passerby, shopper, etc, etc. In fact, if you don’t know her and you live in the SoCal area, you are either a hermit, or a total asshole. READ MORE