Same Sex Parent

Our Happily Ever After Our Happily Ever After

By-Trey Darnell The equality movement is chugging along like a freight train with... 

Part Daddy, Part Engineer Part Daddy, Part Engineer

Jason Holling talks about his adventure assembling the nursery furniture. Justin... 

Gay Dad:  The First 4 Surprises of Parenting Gay Dad: The First 4 Surprises of Parenting

By John Jericiau The Poop! – The first black tar that comes out of your child... 

Parenting: How Do We Keep Up? Parenting: How Do We Keep Up?

By Brandy Black The other day I sat with my three children and the computer and... 

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Family

Parenting: On Diversity Parenting: On Diversity

By Jillian Lauren A friend left a comment on my recent post about raising boys and... 

How Having a Baby Helped Me Overcome My Anxiety Disorder How Having a Baby Helped Me Overcome My Anxiety Disorder

By Clint Edwards I started having panic attacks around the time my father died. I... 

Parenting: On Yelling Parenting: On Yelling

By Jillian Lauren T has been making so much progress lately, as I’ve been sharing.... 

Can A Bully Change and Can We Forgive Them? Can A Bully Change and Can We Forgive Them?

By Lisa Keating Early this week, I challenged another writer, Tony Posnanski, on... 

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Parenting

Parenting Expert: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do Parenting Expert: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

By Ann Brown, Parenting Consultant There are some really uncomfortable moments while raising kids. There are moments that embarrass you – when, say, you’ve run into an old flame from high school and you’re holding your two year old in your arms, thinking you look pretty darn fetching, and your kid says, “Mom! You have a really big bloody booger... [Read more of this review]

Parenting Consultant: I’m Just A Girl Who Can’t Say No Parenting Consultant: I’m Just A Girl Who Can’t Say No

By Ann Brown, parenting consultant I’m sitting on the living room couch as I write this column. My twenty-month old puppy, Phila, is snuggled next to me, her head on my lap. She is snoring happily. I am petting her, completely content. I’m also watching out for Robin because as soon as I see him coming up the stairs, I need to push Phila off the... [Read more of this review]

Parenting Consultant: Read My Lips Parenting Consultant: Read My Lips

By Ann Brown On the agenda at this week’s faculty meeting was the book, How Children Succeed. The director had given us each a copy of the book at the back-to-school faculty retreat and we all agreed to read it and discuss it together. Because we are an erudite, intellectually curious, book-discussing kind of faculty. Plus, everyone is in a “yes”... [Read more of this review]

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