You know that old saying, "Mama knows best"? Never, EVER let anyone tell you that you don't know something.
You know, it's the little things that make life worth living. And by little things, I'm talking about the joy of a well-loaded dishwasher.
Every now and again, as a mom, you look at your kids, see how big they are, and wonder if you’ve done enough.
The waiting game seems to be paying off: after my husband got a little, shall we say, forceful with our pediatr
My daughter, Alli, came to me at the end of the fall last year, and was excited, yet prepared for a “No” answer to the question she was bursting to ask.
Last week's blog led to an outpouring of support for my family and we have felt all your love and prayers as we wait to find
I opened up the door yesterday bundled in my gray coat with my scarf and hat and gloves and prepared to be blasted to the bone with a brrrrrrr factor that would leave me shivering long after the va
My daughter is sick. And it's scary, because we don't know what's going on. She's been pulled from school until the results of testing are known, and the waiting is killing her dad and me.
This week has reared up and bitten me in the butt.
My daughter Alli came home the other day and said she had won some art award and that she was to go to an award ceremony at the Grand Wayne Center and get a certificate.