At the end of the day, let’s face it – kids and their questions are frustrating, maddening, and hilarious.
There are things you can do now, long before your kids hit voting age, to encourage an active participation in the democratic process.
I’ll admit, as a dentist’s daughter and a lover of candy, I’m a little Jekyll and Hyde over the matter.
Maybe he was never home because his work was the main thing putting a roof over our heads. He didn’t speak English, nor did he have a college degree.
So what did all this neurotic attention to detail result in? The most magical wedding I could ever have imagined.
The warning signals about revenge beep the loudest in my brain when my daughters drag me to those crowded sales at Victoria’s Secret.
I knew deep down that my parents really did care for our best interests because of the way they treated each other in front of us.
When we look at any one of the photographs that depict a childhood, the unspoken story therein will be read differently by each of us.
Now I go home and the house is clean, lights aren’t on all over the house, and there are no dirty dishes stacked up in the sick. I miss it all.
Last year, we moved our youngest daughter to college at the end of July. There are some things about this empty nest no one prepared me for.
In the past year, the desire to hold my children’s children has been growing strong, like a train picking up speed on a fast track.