Dropping your child off at college is one of the biggest milestones of your child’s life and a parent’s day of reckoning –having to let your child go. It’s a day filled with great anticipation, … [Read More...]
It is fun to find ways to encourage your husband and many times, the little things are what add up to show your feelings for him. Remember, gifts don’t have to be costly in order to convey one’s … [Read More...]
It's a known fact... parents who read have kids who read. And if you're like us, you probably grab a few of the books your teens and tweens are reading (hello, Hunger Games?!) so we've got a list of 5 … [Read More...]
“Birds of a feather flock together.” Maybe that just means you should marry someone who also owns a parakeet. In honor of February and the clearance aisle full of Valentine's Day candy, I’m trying to … [Read More...]
Many people ask me about Public Displays of Affection. First, let’s agree that the world can always use more affection. But, as the saying goes, there’s a time and a place for everything. And many … [Read More...]
Is your teen or tween addicted to their iPhone? Here are 14 ways to tell.
First, the addiction isn’t necessarily with the phone, it is with the incoming/outgoing, constant communications and … [Read More...]
Too Many Parties and Not Enough Dime?
If you've got teen and tween daughters, you have parties to contend with. Whether she's going to Bat Mitzvahs or homecoming or sweet 16's or even if she's … [Read More...]
Does your family love sweets but sometimes you barely have time to make dinner, much less dessert? Well, we've pulled together 14(!) dessert recipes that you can make in the crock pot and every … [Read More...]
If you didn't read the first part of MarlaJan's story, make sure you read it now.
Part of me hates airing out my dirty laundry like this, and I feel like I'm throwing him under the bus. My husband … [Read More...]