• Catching Curveballs

    Do You Want a Report Card to Tell You How You are Doing as a Mom?

    by Tracy Larson on April 12, 2016

    The final report cards arrived home from school today with the kids.  I studied the grades and comments and passed the cards to the kids.  They read them quickly, tossed them on the table and asked, “Where are the Popsicles?  Can we have a lemonade stand?” Do they not know how invaluable and fleeting those report [read the full article]

  • Wisdom Wednesdays

    Are Other Mothers Doing It All Better Than You Are?

    by Contributors on April 25, 2016

    Am I the only one who thinks every other mother is doing it “right”?  Asked by Ella – Fort Meyers, FL   Trying to be or thinking you have to be a perfect mom is a VERY common feeling.  The moms on our panel have faced the same issue.  Read below for tips on how to deal [read the full article]

  • Women, Then & Now

    Women’s Calendars 1915 vs Now

    by Tracy Larson on February 20, 2016

    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 February 16, 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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