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Learning to be an Ally for my Children of Color After my husband and I got engaged, someone close to me said something along the lines of “you aren’t thinking about your future kids. Don’t you think you are going...
Dear Reader, this is a fair question. Upon its arrival on Netflix on Christmas Day, Bridgerton has taken the ton by storm and its popularity is spreading faster than a juicy piece of gossip among ladies maids. But why has...
Hi, my name is Kammi, and I was a mommy shamer. I'm not proud of this, and it's not easy to say, but it's true. To be honest, it was so easy that I probably didn't even know that...
Teach Your Kids a Second Language from Home The benefits of learning and speaking a second language are plentiful. They include all sorts of fancy terms like improved executive functioning and metalinguistic awareness, better English reading skills, and cultural awareness...
I know there are many of you out there who have a good group of girlfriends. You laugh and cry together. You have a group text together. You know pretty much everything about each other. You probably even refer...
Potty Training. Oy. The very mention of the term sends my anxiety through the roof. If you get through the first two years of being a parent thinking, "okay, I've got this Mom Thing down," it's quite possible that trying to teach a...
If only the honeymoon stage lasted forever. If only it were possible to sustain that level (and...ahem, frequency) of romance for the years to come, even after kids. Alas, for most couples, romance seems to be harder to come...
Let's talk about sex! All week long, we are going to be sharing content from our writing team as well as from local resources related to sex and healthy sexuality! Today, we are thrilled to welcome Dr. Brenda Heinecke...
As moms, let's be real. You need a tribe.  You know, that old saying, “it takes a village?” It still holds, and a non-mom friend should be in yours. I know my tribe has helped me get through more than I...
I confess, I have an extremely short fuse.  I "lose it" on my family (specifically, my children) much more than I would care to admit. I explode. I express my frustrations. I yell. I know it's bound to happen. Friends...

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