parents

The boundless love a parent has for their child is matched only by their capacity to embarrass them.

Harley Super14 hours ago
When the Child Becomes the Parent
I was 10 years old when I picked my mother up off the floor where she lay crying. Her and my dad had just gotten into a fight that would've woken the neighbors if we had any, but instead it woke me up...
You Should Give Mum a Day Off
There is nothing like being a mum. It is the BEST. I was one of those women who swore I wouldn't let motherhood define me; but yet, here I am, first and foremost: a mum. When Roman was born, I wasn't ...
Doris Hall5 days ago
10 Tips for Staying Sane with a Baby
Before you have a baby you have all kinds of illusions about what it will be like. You and your sweet, happy baby will have peaceful times together, she'll sleep through the night, she'll gurgle and c...
Robyn Justine7 days ago
Me, Myself, and Ky
When it comes to me, myself, and Ky the question I have been asked the most over the years is, “How do you do it?” and the answer is quite easy. I have no choice. Eight years ago during my second year...
Claire Danko9 days ago
Her
My mother has the most beautiful neck and décolletage I've ever seen. I liked how she craned her neck when she something trying to get her attention, but how she rarely fully contorted her body to fac...
Victoria Towery10 days ago
Mother of a Lonely Heart
Is there anything more that need to be said than—I get it. Boy, do I get it. One minute you're staying out until 10 on a Tuesday drinking wine and eating soft cheeses; the next minute you're tied to y...
Miso N. Grey12 days ago
Your Kids Are Running Amuck
Are you friends with your child? Do you consider yourself “cool” and “hip” and “one of the kids?” Do you engage in conversations on their level, and keep up with the latest trends in celebrities, musi...
Ocean Mom13 days ago
Being the 'Single Parent' Within a Relationship
How does one manage to raise a child on his or her own, yet still be in a committed relationship with the other parent? Like this.
Does Parenting Teen/Young Adult Indigos Feel Unnerving at Times?
Are you in the midst of a parenting change or transition with your Indigo/Sensitive/Empath child or Young Adult? Have you noticed, whether your Indigo*Sensitive* Empath child is 10 or 35, that being t...
Damien Justus14 days ago
Time to Improve the Backyard for the Kids!
Most people who were born in the 90s or before have some kind of memory of playing outside doing activities such as kick ball, jumping rope, or any other kind of fun activities. Now a days, kids don't...
Nikita Busic15 days ago
Raising Exceptional
Hey Y'all, Hey! After a beautiful weekend with my family, I have something very close to my heart that I want to share. My 9-year-old is one of a kind ❤️ There are days when I question if I am doing t...
Isla Wright16 days ago
Tips for Working Mothers
Working moms have a lot on their plate. In spite of all the advancements we've made towards equality, women are still expected to be the primary caregivers for their children. That means that moms who...
Daddy Issues
“Mom, why don’t I have a dad?” There it was, the one question many single parents dreaded hearing. For Yaela, this came at the worse time possible. Fortunately, she caught herself before the knife cou...
Andrea Dawson21 days ago
New Mom? Top Tips to Keep You in Top Shape Physically and Mentally
And it’s understandable. You have a helpless little human to cater to 24/7, and you still have house chores to take care off. To top it off, the tiny human’s idea of sleep is very different from yours...
Katie Gillispie22 days ago
An Open Letter to The Father Who Was Never There
Dear "Father," I made it. I did it all. Without you. I was able to see you only a few times in my life, but I don't remember it. I don't remember YOU. Sure, I know what you looked like. I know stories...
Alzheimer’s...
My mom was diagnosed at 70 with Alzheimer’s Disease. I was a nurse, my mom was a nurse, her father a surgeon... medicine ran in our blood. So did the disease. Mom remembers her Aunt Ruth having Alzhei...
Time and Time Again
My son asked me what I liked most from being a kid—as in, what I had then in comparison to what kids have now. I thought about it for a little bit and said this: I liked how we were outside from as so...
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Alli Manga month ago
My New Normal
“For as long as I can remember, Mom and I spoke at least twice a day. She did the same with my sister and we always managed to make each other laugh. She often started the conversation with, “What’s h...