by Betsy Shaw posted in Mom Stories Choosing to be childless is no picnic. People who are voluntarily childfree have been called lots of things, from selfish to weird to clueless, to smug, to worthy of pity for the one-way path to a life devoid of meaning they’re most certainly on. According to this Globe [...]
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by Melissa Byers posted in Mom Stories Guess what?! Social media is making us feel like bad mothers. Remember back in the day when we went to online bulletin boards with an anonymous screen name to talk with other parents about our deep, dark questions and fears? In BabyCenter’s community, which still uses screen names, you often [...]
by Leah Speer posted in Mom Stories Could we do all of this without one another? Could we survive the sleepless nights, the toddler tantrums, the sassy preschoolers, the cranky husbands, and all the other things we experience as moms without a community to lean on? Together, we can feel safe sharing. We all have [...]
by Betsy Shaw posted in Mom Stories When Ruth Burgos discovered there was no changing table at the Starbucks where she and her husband were ordering coffee, she quickly changed her child’s diaper on the seat next to her. I imagine she hoped no one would notice or care. She was wrong. According to this [...]
by Joyce Slaton posted in Mom Stories School’s almost out! May 31 here in San Francisco. We decided we didn’t want to waste the whole summer sitting around the house. This summer we want to get out, explore our beautiful city, see new things and enjoy this little bit of time in which Violet is [...]
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by Scott Adler posted in Mom Stories Late last year the Dadlers went to Disneyland. We drove through the night to get there and I felt horrible for my kids as they struggled to sleep in their booster seats. More than once I was tempted to stop, fold down the back seat, and let them [...]
by Laura Larsen posted in Mom Stories Ghost stories; grandparents visiting from beyond; children playing in cemeteries that no one but another child sees. Are they real? I’ve had plenty of supernatural-type experiences myself, and I probably excited my mother with the tales I’m sure I told (and she has her own to tell!) I [...]
by Stacie Lewis posted in Mom Stories On a rare afternoon of freedom, my husband and I took ourselves and a mountain of school books to grade, off to a coffee shop a few streets down the road from us. That’s what we teachers do on our afternoons off. Pathetic, I know. My husband and [...]
by Lindsay Weiss posted in Mom Stories Let me start by saying that this little booger is five months old and absolutely, positively does not sleep through the night. It’s a good thing he’s so cute, right? See how he’s flipping the camera off? (That’s his ...
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