9 Ways to Create an Inclusive Transracial/Transcultural Adoption Community

Today’s families are increasingly multicultural and multiracial. Research has a found that transracial families thrive, but transracial parenting must be intentional parenting. Many parents think that love is enough to overcome racial and cultural differences between themselves and their child, but they must also create a diverse community of people in their life to offer […]

Introducing… Twin Talk!

Got Twins? Got Questions? No Problem!! I am very excited to announce that starting in September, I will be writing a monthly blog post on Mommybites called Twin Talk. I had so many questions when I first had my twins. Should I get them on a schedule? How do I feed them at the same […]

Joyful Revolution

I had the honor this past Tuesday night of attending the Joyful Revolution Gala, an event to raise money for the incredible Joyful Heart Foundation. The vision of the Joyful Heart Foundation is a world free of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse. Their mission is to transform society’s response to these types of […]

Coping with ADHD: Meditation As My Life Jacket

The phone rang from my oldest son’s school. The school nurse was on the other end of the line. She started by telling me not to panic (which obviously means “start panicking now”). My son was on his way to the hospital. He caused an explosion in the science lab. Every parent dreads a phone […]

First Responders of All Ages

As someone who was a learning specialist for over a decade, I especially loved this blog post called, “When a Little Girl at the Pool Realized My Son Has Autism” by April Shaw. Here is an excerpt from after her son was approached by a seven-year-old girl at their local swimming pool. This mother was […]