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Michelle Schultz19 hours ago
Lorelei's Letters - Letter Two
Lorelei's Letters is a series of posts addressed for my daughter, but that have general statements that I believe everyone should hear from someone, at some point in their lives. Basically, they are l...
Sonica Ma day ago
Fathers
Fathers always leave their mark on their children. A father may easily underestimate their importance in the lives of their children, especially during the first few years of their lives, when the chi...
Father Daughter
Happy Father’s Day to the man who created me. The man half responsible for my existence. Even though you weren’t there during my upbringing, you shaped my life in many ways. As a child, I remember sit...
Dee Good2 days ago
Moded AF
Being an 80s baby always made me feel special, it was just a good time to be born. June of 1985 to be specific. In my younger years, I remember being a happy kid. One of my favorite things, 'til this ...
Haden M.3 days ago
Growing Up With Technology
I find it strange how families interact now. There is a disconnect between parents and their kids that was not always present. Older generations are constantly scrutinizing the younger generations, an...
Lorelei's Letters - Letter One
I have written letters before that were addressed to my daughter; in fact, I keep a diary for her for when she's older with more, personal (specific family stuff and stuff I went through and am going ...
In Search of Daisies
Her eyes saw but did not see. When I looked over to her, bizarre thoughts reared up in my mind. "Does not compute. Does not compute." Over and over again I heard what might have been her voice forever...
Rebecca Hale4 days ago
You're Allowed to Be "Selfish"
You would do anything for your child. I see you, mamma. I see you give up precious moments of sleep and alone time to calm your crying baby. You see your child as the most prized possession, and how l...
Natalie Santana4 days ago
Lessons My Toddler Has Taught Me
Motherhood has offered me opportunities for betterment of myself. I wouldn't consider myself a good mother if I didn't make mistakes, learn from them, and try again. By far, the most surprising opport...