Why I Cry in Front of My Child

As parents, we often feel the need to come across as the strong protector. The one that can chase away the things that hurt. We put on the band-aids, we comfort, we give advice, and we tell our kids that it's perfectly normal to be sad, and to cry. But for some reason, no matter... Continue Reading →

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I was thinking about growing up…

Last week my son turned eight years old! EIGHT! In danger of sounding like an utter cliché: Where did time go?  I remember it like it was yesterday that he was just a little baby without words to express himself. But now he's rapidly growing into someone that I get to know a little more... Continue Reading →

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