• Catching Curveballs

    Things Every Mother Does But Doesn’t Admit

    by Tracy Larson on May 16, 2015

    Mothers have a lot going on every day.  Some days it’s just struggle to get our hair to lay flat on our head.  We admit that.  However, there are some things we just don’t talk about on the sidelines of a soccer game.  Do any of these items look familiar to you?         You “borrow” money from your child’s [read the full article]

  • Wisdom Wednesdays

    What to Do When Your Child’s Coach is Hard on the Kids?

    by Contributors on May 14, 2015

    The coach of my daughter’s Lacrosse team is really hard on the girls.  The season has started but I don’t know how much more I can take. My daughter doesn’t want to play anymore.  Should I take her off the team or have her finish the season?  Asked by Ann – Chautauqua, NY   This is a [read the full article]

  • Women, Then & Now

    Women’s Calendars 1915 vs Now

    by Tracy Larson on April 6, 2015

    Women are busy people who use calendars to track multitasking lives. All of us have a favorite, maybe its a smartphone or a paper calendar with sticky notes poking out everywhere. Women from 1915 used a different type of calendar. Take a peek below and see if you can spot the differences and [read the full article]

  • Who is She?

    An Infertility Story

    by Tracy Larson on April 3, 2015

    The path to motherhood may seem like a simple one, but for some women the path takes a different turn. Infertility is a difficult journey and a private one. Kelly, a new mom from San Francisco, has been on that journey and is willing to share her story with you. Let’s meet [read the full article]

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    My mother was the most beautiful woman I ever saw. All I am I owe to my mother. I attribute all my success in life to the moral, intellectual, and physical education I received from her.
    ~ George Washington

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