**I wrote this piece just before the horrifying tragedy unfolded in Connecticut. So many of the victims were children of the same age that I discuss here, and I know that their parents must have been every bit as enchanted with them as I am with my own 7-year-old. The agony and despair that these … Continue reading
Many people tell me that they have no time to keep a journal for their child. I get that. I am in their shoes and was in their shoes. I was working full-time in a demanding corporate career. I was married and had a household to run. I get it… really, I do.
Donna Scrima-Black shares her holiday memories of mothers and grandmothers – MamaBlogger365, a year-long daily blogging project to benefit the Museum of Motherhood, now open in NYC!
*Dr Mama* Amber Kinser says that little is the new big – for MamaBlogger365, a daily blogging project to benefit the Museum of Motherhood, now open in NYC!
I’ve been on a major Santana kick lately. It’s all I listen to-aside from the soundtrack of Mary Poppins and The Wizard of Oz that have been running through my head. Maybe it’s that African-Latino sound that grabs my ear every so often, resulting in non-stop Santana binges. It’s all the old stuff: Moonflower, Live … Continue reading