Category Archives: parenting

Mother’s Day Memories

Last year I wrote about my mother and how difficult Mother’s Day can be for those of us who have lost their mom’s. We have our memories and we also yearn to have our mother’s back with us. Here is … Continue reading

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Ladybugs, Trucks and #College#Graduation. Oh, My.​

Once he was 4 years old. He had these big blue eyes that everyone noticed. He was smart, sensitive, inquisitive, funny, and didn’t stop asking questions. Question after question about everything under the sun. My first born has always been … Continue reading

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My Child Make a Mistake? No way!

Parenting is one of the hardest jobs around. Some of us are prepared and others not so much. We have ideas of how we want to change things from our own experiences and give our children things we never had. … Continue reading

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