“You mean I have to actually talk to this person?” Not verbally. If used correctly, most parallel parenting communication is done through email.
Advice from parents who’ve been there, done that.
You know those days when the kids’ noise level has reached a fever pitch, and all you want — with the passion of a parched woman in the desert — is a little peace and quiet? It’s even harder when you’re tired, which is every. single. day. There you are, bringing all the care you can muster to your mess of tiny humans, while silently screaming “Please SHUT UP for the love of God!”
Here are the five comeback strategies that work best when my wild things are winning.
I survived Lice War I when my daughter was three. Lice are on my mind again because I recently survived Lice War 2. I’m practically a three star general at this point.
I can complain all I want, but the truth is taking my child out is far easier for me than it was for my mother and generations prior.
Following these tips won’t guarantee fantastic pictures, but they should help you avoid looking like a dysfunctional cult on your next holiday card.
When you damage your hearing with noise, the loss is likely permanent.
Fun Sunday morning breakfast treat, pulling inspiration from the paleo diet, Weston A. Price, Bruce Fife, and a personal obsession with blueberries.
As awkward or embarrassed as you might feel discussing reproductive issues with someone who has them, I promise you, the other person feels worse.
Without proper resources, barriers to breastfeeding can seem as insurmountable as a concrete wall topped with barb wire.
When the walls begin to close in on your family, its time to plan a carpet picnic.