Post Tagged with: "Clare Masson"

Photo Credit: Kristi
Community / Portraits

VillageQ Community: LGBT in Albania

Life as a gay couple in Albania is not easy– but with the support of family and friends it is not impossible.

Here’s is a picture of the whole family given to them by their Au Pair
Community

VillageQ Community: A Note from Hamburg

Meet Alexandra and her family who live in Hamburg, Germany.

The first one is the four of us on our wedding day, Me, Ryleigh, Connor, and Laura.  Photo credit Jessica Brown of Artisan Events NW.
Community / Portraits

VillageQ Community: Meet Michelle

Meet Michelle and her family who live in Pueblo, Colorado.

Support the LGBT Community of Kyrgyzstan
News & Politics

Support the LGBT Community of Kyrgyzstan

Legislation will prohibit advocacy, public depictions of LGBT individuals, and make daily life for the Kyrgyz LGBT community even more difficult.

PHOTO CREDIT: CHA ROQUE
Identity / Life

Queer Families Beyond Western Borders

I have been more aware of how LGBT people are represented and, more importantly, how they are not.

Photo Credit: Clare Masson
Kids

DIY: Curlicue Art

Sometimes when parenting, it is hard to see the whole forest when looking at the growing twig that is your kid. In other words, it is hard to step back and just enjoy the totality of that kid’s personality when there are everyday arguments that need to be fought (please […]

Protective Instincts
Family / Parenting

Protective Instincts

An incident on an airplane leads to questions about balancing what we know intellectually and our instincts to protect our children.

Make A Sunshine Cake
Food

Make A Sunshine Cake

I am in awe of mothers and fathers who can hold a job, make homemade yogurt, and plan and execute a perfectly themed birthday party. I’m just not that creative and every theme that comes to mind seems overdone or overwhelming. But I made a sunshine cake and you can too.

5 Ways to Work Blogging into Parenting Life
Family / Parenting

5 Ways to Work Blogging into Parenting Life

Blogging and summer vacation don’t mix – or at least they don’t for me. The same seems to be true of some of my favorite bloggers because I have seen a noticeable downturn in blogging as the days of summer in the Northern Hemisphere wear on. My usual weekly stint here is […]

5 Wishes for the Sick Single Parent
Family / Parenting

5 Wishes for the Sick Single Parent

So, you are sick. And you are a single parent (or temporarily solo parenting). This is the worst. I know. I was there last week (with my toddler). In the spirit of the recently recuperated, here are my five hopes for you: 5. I hope that your kiddo is old […]