If 2020 has you operating more like Red and less like Rachel Ray in the kitchen, you’re not alone. In my house, I’ve got limited resources, hungry inmates, and the sneaking suspicion that someone is watching me. Kidding aside, it’s...
I’ll be the first to admit: my family’s eating habits are weird. I like cold pizza for breakfast, and my son eats his yogurt with a side of asparagus. Still, we find ways to maintain a well-balanced diet. Then quarantine hit....
Buying your first house in your twenties is different than buying your second home for your growing family. Additionally, buying and selling during a pandemic can make the process more stressful, but could also provide the perfect opportunity if...
When your life consists of being on the road for political campaigns and you find yourself in a new state more often than being home, you don't have much time to become domesticated. Nevermind a serious relationship, my only...
Motherhood tricked me. My firstborn was easy; smart, developmentally ahead of the curve, loved to learn, and (almost) always listened. I thought it was me; that I was just such a great Mom to produce such a good kid, but spoiler...
You guys. This is possibly the most life-changing change to my family's routines I’ve ever made. You’re maybe going to judge me because it’s really simple and obvious. But I don’t even care because it is that amazing. And...
The other day I was scrolling through a local buy nothing site and someone was giving away free sourdough starter. I had totally forgotten about sourdough and wondered what the maintenance was like. I had dabbled in kombucha last...
We all have those things that, for whatever reason, we think of as quintessentially mom. Those things that we feel compelled to do in order to consider ourselves worthy of the title. I don't do notes in the lunchbox....
Call it sad. Call it laziness. Call it I'm-too-disorganized-to-get-out-of-my-own-way-some-days. Call it what you like, but, for me, Amazon Prime makes being a parent in 2020 so much easier. There's just so much we need to keep track of as parents in 2020. Work,...
  January marks one year that I’ve been back to work after maternity leave – so officially one year of being a full-time working mama. There are so many feelings associated with leaving your babies at daycare or with other...

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Autism Awareness (and Our Support) Should Be Local Too

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While the increase of "awareness" days have done their job, and we are all more aware of many things recently, the very first Autism...