To All My Friends, I’m Sorry The changes in friendship as we grow up and spend time with our families… and refuse to be “busy.” This was a really thoughtful and relateable piece from Drifting Through My Open Mind.
Area Woman Accused of Always Looking on the Bright Side The posts on MockMom.com are not meant to be taken seriously, but they are great for a laugh!
9 Things I Would Pretend I Never Did for My Kids’ Sake I was a pretty good (rule-following) kid growing up, but there are still some things I wouldn’t want to admit to in front of my kids. Check out Janine’s list on Confessions of a Mommyaholic.
The Mess of Mediocrity So many of us live in the average- but The Mom Cafe reminds us that we can still have extraordinary moments.
Parenting the Child in Front of Me While my friend Kir writes about realizing her twins need different things from her, I think all parents can relate to this since it’s amazing how kids in the same family can be so incredibly different from each other.