Tag Archive for 'parenting'

I was talking to some moms at the playground¬†a few weeks ago. We all have rising second grade girls and we were saying how much we dreaded the onslaught of “girl drama.” Having been involved in a disproportionate share of “girl drama” in middle and high school – ohmygod, high school – this is a […]

Someone on a mom’s internet group I’m in once said that the most challenging part of being a parent for her was no longer having control over how she spends her time and energy. While the day-to-day is filled with many micro-challenges, on the macro-level, I don’t think truer words have ever been spoken. Each […]

It’s been a few years now, but once upon a time a thirtysomething, single male former colleague of mine posted to Facebook, something that went like this: Just saw the craziest thing. There was a woman walking on the sidewalk down XYZ Road with a stroller and – get this – NO KID. I mean, […]

Hey, you.¬†The one ragging on women for wearing yoga pants when they can’t possibly be going to the gym? Can you just drop it already? I mean, do you take to social media to disparage surgeons for wearing scrubs? Or soldiers for wearing camo? Of course not, because the clothes that they wear to do […]