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Boomer at Your Service: Review and Q&A with Author, Vanessa Keel

Do you love children’s books with heart that promote being yourself, and supporting great causes? Boomer At Your Service, Vanessa Keel’s debut picture book, is going to be right up your alley. I love interviewing inspiring women on this site Read more…


Publish Your Writing Online Without Starting a Blog: 11 Popular Parenting Websites Accepting Submissions

Have you thought about starting a parenting blog but it seems like a big commitment? Do you really love to write and have stories to share about your #momlife, but the idea of setting up a website is scary? This Read more…


Thank You to the Moms Who Have Gone First

Mother hugging son on the first day of school

This week my social media feed filled up with little boys and girls climbing onto big school buses for the first time. The same little boys and girls I held days after they were born five years ago. The same Read more…


The World Feels Heavy, But We Need to Lift Up More

As my kids get older, they get heavier to carry. From a purely physical standpoint, their bodies grow bigger and stronger every day. Where there were once babies who could fit in the crook of my arm, there are now Read more…


I Brushed My Hair Today: A Mom Journal for Mostly Together Moms – Book Review

I Brushed My Hair Today: A Mom Journal for Mostly Together Moms

You guys! I brushed my hair today. And I have to tell you, these shiny untangled locks look fierce. Or at least they will for about 12 more seconds until one of my kids gets syrup it them. But that’s Read more…


101 Ways You’re Doing Everything Wrong as a Parent (And How to Fix It)

Mother at beach with two small children playing in the water

I came across an article the other day with the title “6 Ways You Are Totally Messing Up As a Parent.” It was a VERY clickable title, for two reasons. First, as parents many of us are secretly worried that Read more…


In this house we hold these flags up high, with pride

Some big concepts are challenging to teach kids. I’ve stumbled as I’ve tried to explain death, serious illness, and pain. I’ve wondered if I am covering kindness effectively or if I am using the right words to explain empathy. Am Read more…