Wouldn't it be great to shop for Christmas in Harry Potter's London? As a mom, I have my own Potteresque Christmas wish list ....
Give a mom a nice sweater and the baby will spit up on it. Give a mom a nice baby-food maker and she'll throw it at you. So what do moms want for Christmas? Here's a list for moms at all stages of motherhood ....
I was taught that being a housewife was a deadly disease. So I was surprised to find that taking care of my children all day was a better job than any I've ever had. Here's why I'm thankful I'm an at-home parent.
I confess that I take my husband for granted. Thanksgiving is a good time to remember him, though -- all the daily things he does to make my life so much easier and happier.
It's easy to remember all the trials and tribulations of motherhood. No sleep. Diapers. Money that disappears by magic and laundry piles that reproduce themselves. When I stop to think about it, though, the list of wonderful things about being a mother is much longer.
Forget the Pilgrims: This Thanksgiving, let's remember to say thanks for the things we really love. Things like sex.
I'm a much happier person than I was in my twenties and thirties. I'm old enough to realize that life is short, but still young enough to go out and enjoy it. Here's why it's great to be (almost) 50.
Throwing a fancy birthday party for a 1-year-old is like throwing your money down the toilet. The baby won't remember it, but that's a good thing because they aren't going to enjoy it, either.