When you’re a woman living in a house with four males, the term “man cave” conjures up the idea of—basically your own house. If you take five steps into my house in any direction, you will step on one of the following: a Lego, a guitar pick, a tool, and a (probably dead) battery to more »
“So… how does it feel to be home?” asked, well, every single person I know, when we returned from our 11-month round-the-world family adventure. At first it was: “Great!” Seeing family and friends, eating all our favorite foods from home, going to our favorite shops – where we knew exactly what we could find and more »
Paige just returned to the United States after 11 months of traveling around the world with her family, and she offered her reflections on travel for the website LiveDoGrow.
I’ve just run out of Q-tips. I have 5 ibuprofen tablets left. I finally threw out my trusty black pants from Uniqlo that I wore every day it was under 75 degrees Fahrenheit. And that was more days than I’d hoped. They had developed a hole in a rather obscene location, and my repairs weren’t more »
If I were in preschool today, I’d probably be labeled as a kid who “doesn’t transition well.” Maybe you’ve heard this pseudo-diagnosis thrown at your own kids. It’s when they settle into a situation, say playing Legos, and throw a hissy fit when teachers try to “redirect” them (i.e., tear them away from the best more »
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