interview with a one year old

An Interview With a One Year Old

January 30, 2018 Tracy Heins

I always wonder what goes on in a child’s mind, a small person who can’t yet speak in full sentences. However, I am convinced if interviewed, a one-year-old would be articulate. The interview might go […]

How to Cope With Sick Kids

January 27, 2018 Tracy Heins

It seems like a good time to address the cold and flu season. The kids are sick and soon you will be too. And if history repeats itself, so will Dad. The good news is […]

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An Infertility Story

January 8, 2018 Tracy Heins

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 […]

Will You Survive Motherhood?

November 5, 2017 Tracy Heins

Whether it’s a silent plea or a loud cry with tears streaming down your face, every Mom eventually asks: “Will I survive Motherhood?” Sometimes you are tired and out of patience.  Your hair could grease […]

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Helping Kids With Homework

October 25, 2017 Tracy Heins

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 […]

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Lesson From a Wise Older Woman

September 26, 2017 Tracy Heins

A woman wobbled on her cane while looking at cookies. Normally I steer clear of the cookie aisle, but she drew me in with her silvery purple hair tucked in a rain cap. “Do you […]

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