Helping Kids with Math Homework – The Day This Mom Unraveled
by Tracy Larson on February 25, 2015
Something mysterious happened to my dormant brain cells after I helped with my 3rd graders math homework. The area of the brain that deals with navigating carpool and unsticking siblings in a fight are well oiled and strumming along just fine, but math homework in the 21st century school systems is uncharted brain activity. Here’s [read the full article]
My Husband is Having an Affair – Now What?
by Contributors on February 24, 2015
My husband is having an affair. He says after 15 years of marriage he doesn’t know why he did it. He says it’s over but I am hurt, angry, humiliated, and feel dumb I didn’t see it coming. We are in counseling and we have two kids, 8 and 11 years old. Is there any [read the full article]
Women, Then & Now
Women’s Hair in 1890 Compared to Now
by Tracy Larson on January 29, 2015
A woman’s hairstyle can define who she is to the world just like her clothes do. Our foremothers had fun with different hairstyles just like we do today. In fact, the “equipment” they used to get their hair in place is not that much different than todays. Here is an 1891 advertisement for a curler and [read the full article]
Who is She?
An Infertility Story
by Tracy Larson on January 31, 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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