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Tweens Having Boyfriends

Boy and girl smiling
Two weeks ago, my 12-year-old daughter walked into the room with this: "Mom, Amy just texted me that Brett wants to go out with me. He's asking her to ask me, right now." 

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Go Greek!

Go Greek
I can't imagine what college life would have been like if I hadn't had 100+ women my age to fall back on when no one else was around -- women who had the same goals and virtues I had, and whom I could trust with anything. Truth be told, being a member of a Greek organization was SO FREAKING FUN! 

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A Mom's Job-Related Risks

emergency room
Either I am a total klutz (as some would agree with much passion), or this job should come with special insurance! 

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The Scary Truth about Cured Meats

kid eating hot dog
The nitrites used to preserve all cured meats and give them their fresh color turns to a carcinogen when the meat is cooked.

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My 13-Year-Old's Cell-Phone Petition

cellphone
A couple of weeks ago, my oldest sat my husband and me down at the kitchen table for a conversation that was a role-reversal of sorts. This child was turning 13 in two weeks, and was apparently preparing his case for his most coveted gift: a cell phone. 

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Why My Kids DON'T Want To Be Famous

hollywood walk of fame
My kids were invited to a talent-scout convention. Here they would receive training, give a monologue on stage, walk the runway and then have the opportunity to meet and interview with forty representatives from top agencies around the world ....

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Better Than Therapy: Mommy BFFs

two woman drinking wine
They are there at a moment's notice. I watch their kids, no questions asked. They know that they can be brutally honest with me and I will love them just the same. They are my support, my strength, my sisters, my sanity. They are my BFFs.

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My EPIC Mom Freak-Out!

woman freaking out
Never have I pulled the car over. But I was at my limit. My 5-year-old son was screaming, tensions were rising, I was trying to yell over the noise, my other two kids were whining about welts and bruises AND I WAS TRYING TO DRIVE THE FREAKING CAR

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