Traveling with little ones is not easy. Anyone who tells you differently is delusional. Objections? Let me know below or, for the love of god, tell us your secrets! With summer travel in full swing, readers and friends alike have been asking me for the secrets to baby travel success. My answer: find people, services, devices, and a sense of humor to help ease the pain. Travel … [Read more...] about The Best Airlines and Hotel Chains for Baby Travel: What Every New Mom Should Know
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The good ol’ sex talk. If you are like most parents I talk to you are either dreading it or you are desperate to do a better job than the very lacking sex education you received but you have no idea where to start. Society has created such a shame and taboo around sex that we no longer know how to talk to our kids about their bodies, their pleasure, and their relationships. … [Read more...] about Talking Sex with Your Kids – 5 Things Every Parent Should Know
A boneless shoulder steak is a specific cut of meat that comes from the chuck shoulder roast. The steak is cut about an inch thick and normally weighs around 10 ounces. The cut is quite flavorful and relatively inexpensive; however, it can be a little tough since it contains very little fat. You should not let that deter you, however, because these steaks are perfect for an … [Read more...] about The Best Way to Cook Boneless Shoulder Steak
“Mom, are you my friend?” Those are the 5 words my son asked me. That small question made me think - how do I want to answer this? It had me pondering what other mothers thought about the idea of “being their child’s friend.” But before I share their thoughts, let me tell you my own: "No, I am not your friend, I am your mom,” is what I told my 10-year-old son. But the … [Read more...] about Be Your Kid’s Best Parent, Not Their Best Friend!
By Seana Roubinek and Patricia Walters-Fischer My best friend, Seana, got sideswiped last month. After years of anticipating she’d get breast cancer (she’s got a very strong family history and the BRAC1 mutation), she received an unexpected diagnosis of stage 3 ovarian cancer. Basically, this sucks. Because we’ve been life long friends, we can say pretty much … [Read more...] about My Best Friend Has Cancer – What To Say… And What Not To Say