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Space is for Girls

Today, May 26th, is Sally Ride Day, in honor of America’s first woman in space. In addition to flying twice on shuttle missions, earning both a masters and Ph.D. in physics, and serving on both shuttle disaster investigation panels (the only person to do that, by the way), Dr. Ride co-founded a company that creates […]

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It’s a Beautiful Spring Day…Why So Glum?

Every year the same thing happens. Winter lingers a bit longer than I would like, spring is on the horizon and I begin to get excited about the warm weather and new growth, and the anticipation of my son’s spring birthday. And then, I turn into a grey, grumpy, snippy, and just kinda meh kind […]

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To the Mother at the Playground

Sandbox Parenting

Her loud, clear voice cut through the din of children’s babble and parent conversation around us. I stood near the edge of the large rectangular play area, my infant son in a carrier as my 2-year-old daughter played happily in the cool sand.   “What did I tell you to do when someone tries to […]

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I’m Not Raising a Child

Being a mother is one of the best jobs I have ever been blessed with, but it is also the HARDEST job too. I think the good reasons go without saying as we have these little people who we adore from the depths of our being. When we look at the hard reasons, I think […]

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aditi - siblings

Keeping the Sibling Peace

Who else feels like pulling their hair when the siblings call for a referee? “Mooooooom. (insert name here) is (insert alleged act of aggression here) to me… “ And you knew it was coming! It’s like a superpower. This ability to predict, when the argument will hit that pitch that will make you pull your […]

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