It’s frustrating how early it starts, how early our kids worry about what others think and change to avoid being teased. Tracy’s advice to her daughter is lovely: Just Be You.
Giving our kids as much free reign as we can to teach them independence requires an awful lot of bravery or maybe just the illusion of it, as Kristin explains in Faking Bravery.
I’m often fast asleep when SNL comes on but Tracie explains what happened this past week and why it was so wrong. Some things should not be made into the punchline of a joke.
There are some things you can’t fix, they have to work themselves out on their own timeline or maybe they just are what they are, as Ellen writes in What You Can and Can’t Fix.
Us moms deserve thanks, we really do. But Chris reminds us of all we have to thank our kids for.
If you’ve been blogging for a while, you know that blogging has changed so you’ll relate to I’m Sorry I Forgot to Read Your Blog from Elaine. Now, go be an old school blogger or old school blog reader and go visit all these posts!