I am so mad all of the time, I don’t want to be, but I also don’t want to be a pushover. What do I do? I am gonna take a load off of a lot of you. Ready? OK, hear me: “STOP BEING A GROWN UP!” I hear the gasps and can see the […]
It’s a difficult word: depressed. It’s not something most of us want to be connected with. As far as I’m concerned, we can call it whatever you want. Just as long as we don’t ignore it.
I am profoundly sad that the grandchildren my husband Gary and I share with Andrea and Herb do not get to have Uncle Todd in their lives. Not a day goes by that I don’t join Todd’s family and friends in missing him.
In the wake of the horrific shootings in Las Vegas – and because this (and other tragedies) are front and center in the news – we thought it might be helpful to share this article from our own Dr. Gramma Karen about how to talk with children about tragedies.
You and your daughter are locked into positions and actions that you admit are not working for either of you. I assume this means you are open to trying something different in hopes of breaking this relationship logjam.
As a married adult, I often think about the dad I want to be. As the owner of a childcare company, I hear a lot of stories. I hear from the perspective of parents but also the perspective of kids. Here’s what I’ve discovered: of all the things your children will say they want, at the end of the day, what they want the most is you.
We all know that finding ME time and a sense of self connection is incredibly challenging as we embark on the path of new motherhood. We recently held a highly informative and enlightening online class with Randi Zinn, founder of Beyond Mom on tools and strategies to find that much needed ME time.
Mommybites Chit-Chat: Conversations with luminaries, entrepreneurs, and influencers in the parenting world Tell us a little about you… I’m the founder of Teat & Cosset, a clothing brand to help women transition to motherhood. I’m originally from NYC but now live with my daughter and husband in Tuscany. I used to work in banking but […]