I thought we were clear of the Elf on the Shelf, but my friends fell victim. Even my husbands wants to bring “the magic” into our home. NOPE.
By Jen Mierisch of jenmierisch.com The Top hangs out in my closet, toward the rear, nestled between bridesmaid gowns and suits so vintage that I could personally clothe the entire cast of a late-1990s office sitcom. It is a striking garment, constructed almost entirely of black fishnet fabric. Its single […]
In that sense, it’s a noble endeavor, and makes all the crap somewhat worthwhile.
The toddler craft will creep into your home and eventually take over every room. If you judge me for throwing 1/2 of it away, how about I send it to you?
While Thanksgiving used to be a time to confront relatives you may not like, this year you’re probably getting the chance to lay low a little.
If you have a Fortnite-obsessed kid, you’ve probably heard them call you “bruh”, beg you for V-Bucks so they can get new “skins”, and talk about snipers 24/7.
By that I mean, everybody is unique and should be judged only by the content of their character.
Working from home is super easy when you also have toddlers and babies and an annoying dog. This email is an example. Super. Fun.