How To Raise an Emotionally Healthy Teenager

Did I get you with the title? Sorry. That really wasn't fair. Because some of you, undoubtedly, got here because you saw that title and were all excited. You know how I know that? Because if I saw that title, I would get all excited. Or, at least, I used to. This post will be [...]

3 Things To Remember if You’re The Parent of Teenagers

I have one young adult (20) and 2 teenagers (17) living in my home currently. All are male. All were classified as "strong willed" when they were young. They are charming, funny, good looking (if I do say so myself) and are turning into the type of humans my husband and I would choose to [...]

Mother’s Day And Impossible Expectations

Before I even get into this post, I need to type some words to all my amazing friends who have struggled with infertility or have lost a child. This day is inexpressibly difficult and I want you all to know that I love you and that you are not forgotten. And to those of you [...]

What I Wish You Knew About Dyslexia – One mom’s journey

Our identical twin boys, now 15, were diagnosed with Dyslexia in the first grade. Man, I love these kids! We were very lucky that they were diagnosed so young and we were able to immediately work alongside their elementary school to get them the help they needed. After one year of public school intervention, we [...]