Are You a Pefect Mom?
by Tracy Larson on October 9, 2016
Being a mom is exhausting. Trying to do everything perfectly is downright insomnia producing. The disciplining, laundry, house, dishes, school, schedules, holidays, the gym, parties, playdates, naps, cooking, pets, husbands, jobs, endless carpools, picking up clutter, baths, and sibling refereeing are wearing. It’s okay to admit how tired you are. I won’t tell a soul. We are expected [read the full article]
Should You Get Involved With the PTA?
by Contributors on October 8, 2016
I have been approached by the PTA at my daughter’s school to join a leadership position. I am nervous about joining due to the stereotype of PTA Moms and the amount of work it will be for me. I am a stay at home Mom with a side craft business. Asked by Julie – Orange [read the full article]
Women, Then & Now
Women’s Calendars 1915 vs Now
by Tracy Larson on September 20, 2016
Women are busy. Women were busy in the past and women will be busy in the future. It’s a fact we accept in our lives. Kind of like, stretch marks, wrinkles, toddlers tantrums and laundry…never…ever…ends. Our fore-mothers accepted the same facts and like all women do, took charge and managed the family with a calendar. Take a look [read the full article]
Who is She?
An Infertility Story
by Tracy Larson on October 6, 2016
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 Kelly. Tracy – I [read the full article]
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