The Hardest Time to be a Mother
From breastfeeding, vaccinating, and sleep training to the big social issues of our time such as mental health and racial divides, 2016 is a difficult time to be a mother. It is often easy to default to entrenched positions often created from what we have ‘heard’, not what we have verified and reflected upon.… Read the rest
Even after having four kids of my own, it still shocks me how totally okay and even interested I am in my own baby’s poop. Yet I am totally disgusted and nauseous at the thought of any other person’s poop coming any where near me, let alone actually wanting to look at it and analyze it.… Read the rest
Giving Dads Some Love
Mom gets the shower (at least most of the time), a push present, an adoring baby that could sleep for endless hours snuggled on her chest, but what about the dads?
I know, I know, I hear you saying the obvious, and I agree; he didn’t singlehandedly support your baby’s life for the better part of a year.… Read the rest
Guest post by Ian Malbin
Power tools, neckties, wallets, money clips, fancy pens, golf clubs, golf shirts, golf shoes, golf balls, golf gloves, blah, blah, blah. Yet theres more; don’t forget the home-mades – which are so sweet – I just don’t think I have any more wall space in my closet for another macaroni frame; nor do I think it would be easy to find an occasion to actually wear that super trendy “worlds best dad” tie.… Read the rest
This post originally appeared on IvankaTrump.com.
There are people who travel the world with their kids by plane, train and automobile, exposing them to culture and diversity, raising world citizens and seemingly having fun in the process. Then there are parents who say a vacation with kids is no vacation at all.… Read the rest