One of my favorite things is coming to an end.
So it's a day after New Year's and I haven't made my resolutions yet, but maybe these will stick this year:
Incredulous Mom's blog about how to deal with the Santa situation reminds me that while we as parents teach our kid
I have the unfortunate luck of being born nine days before Christmas.
Thinking it would be a great chance for family bonding, I excitedly told my son last night that the 1964 Rankin/Bass stop-motion special "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" would be on TV and we shou
I think my son is smarter than I am. Hand him a cell phone, and not only has he reprogrammed it to have infinite minutes outside our contract, he's also changed the body color.
We've had such a lovely fall, I hate to complain.
So of course it's pouring down rain on Halloween: I actually got creative and MADE my children's Halloween costumes this year, largely out of paper and cardboard.
The headache came on quietly. No sudden pain that would make you think you were having a stroke. No, this one sneaked in behind my eyes while I was out working on a story.
I can't think of another person who is more qualified than Malala Yousafzai to win the Nobel Peace Prize, to be announced on Friday.