It took growing another being inside of me—becoming two—to learn to truly stand up for myself. By Rebecca Kling
I’ve been told more times than I can count not to make a big deal out of things, that the man was only kidding. By Corie Adjmi
Viewing the show together became a rite of passage for both of us. By Lori Tucker-Sullivan
It’s your vagina, you’re allowed to love it all you want. By Ellen Hagan
I repeatedly suggest that my daughter Zooms or FaceTimes more often, but she gets annoyed. “Mom, I know what I need.” By Laura G. Owens
The temperature hovers near forty degrees. More than a dozen children stand with me in a haphazard circle in the playground. By Megan Sager
Regardless of who works outside of the home, men do less housework than women. And COVID has made the imbalance worse. By Molly Winter
I wonder if this is the year I’ll get to invite my son inside. By Kathi Valeii
There are few things I take genuine pleasure in, and one of those is eating. But what message does that send my daughter? By Jennifer Furner
Here are some great ideas for how parents can help encourage their kids to read. By Lisseth Aizpurua
“I’m scared!” she refuses to go upstairs alone. “Sit next to me,” she pleads from the couch. “Closer,” then clings to my arm. By Jennifer Alessi
Now it is deep into fall and all I know is this: he sleeps late, he is very tall, and sometimes he still wants to walk with me. By Gretchen Michelfeld
We’re not cut from private school cloth, but we’d also reached our breaking point. By Amy Paturel
When I was younger, there were life choices I viewed as a certain death of the soul. Now I’m the owner of a Honda Odyssey and parent to three kids. By Cara McDonough
My family used to be just like the ones who are going to benefit from the food drive at my children’s school. By Megan Hanlon
While life had taken people from her, Alex was dependable, he showed up every Monday through Friday. By Felicia Scarangello
Your Pandemic Stories, Jill Biden to Keep Working, How to Help Kids With Strong Emotions, and more.
Parenting, relationships, work-life balance. Here are your stories (in 100 words or less) about what you’ve learned in the pandemic.
We sat together and sang and laughed and forgot for the moment what was happening in the world around us. By Amy Litzenblatt
She screams with a primal, gut-shriek: “I hate math! Math is stupid!” By Melissa Savoie
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Sesame Street Racism Special, Kids and Political Views, New Color of the Year, & More
I don’t allow myself any excitement, not after 2016, but I allow him his. By Caroline Horwitz
RBG worked so hard not only to open doors for other women, but so that other women wouldn’t have to work just like her. By Jenny Leon
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