Sending out a family holiday card is easy if you follow my simple 35-step plan. (Spoiler alert: 3 of these steps involve crying. #worthit)
By Brandi Puga of Big Fit Fam If mornings don’t suck enough, add sad faces when the children discover that their beloved Elf On The Shelf has not moved during the night. He has remained in the same spot he was found in yesterday and, thus, did not make the trip home to Santa to […]
By Nicole Pecoraro of Mom Transparenting It’s the most wonderful timeeeee of the year… if you’re a kid, that is. If you’re a parent, it’s beginning to look a lot like pine needle debris, bills stacked on the counter, a shameful amount of Amazon deliveries, stress-eating and hypothetical escape plans. By December 20th it’s all […]
Can we rename self-care or at least give better, more realistic examples? Like hiding in the pantry and eating fruit snacks or blasting Nirvana on the radio.
It’s a lie when we tell parents of young kids that “it gets easier.” Because although our kids eventually stop pooping themselves, parenting never gets easier.
If you feel like you need to do all the things around the holidays, but you’re overwhelmed and exhausted and not enjoying them, how about doing less?
I’d like to send a holiday letter with the truth — about how my husband fell off a scooter and severed a tendon and how my son’s friends stare at my boobs.
Jon Snow with his extremely white teeth, my SIL Brienne, and Aunt Daenerys are all coming to Thanksgiving! Hope Arya brings Needle to help carve the meat.