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PHOTO CREDIT: A FUN PICTURES
Family / Kids / Parenting

Don’t Kiss, Don’t Tell

Is there any evidence that prudishness is genetic?

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Family / Kids

Rivalry, Sibling

Being a gay family, I had hoped that somehow we could escape the whole Brother-on-Brother violence thing.

The Consequences of Consequences
Family / Parenting

The Consequences of Consequences

Next time you are rolling up your disciplinary sleeves, remember to ask yourself, “Who really suffers?”

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Family / Kids / Parenting

The Boys in the Bathroom

Why in hell can’t boys hit the center of the toilet?

Who’s On First: Two Moms Edition
Family / Kids

Who’s On First: Two Moms Edition

Shhhh. Don’t tell the anti-gay religious right but sometimes having two moms is confusing!

6 Things I’d Rather Do than Celebrate the Holidays
Family / Life

6 Things I’d Rather Do than Celebrate the Holidays

1. Eat a disappointing meal Rural Minnesota. Autumn. Pregnant. You order Perkins’ new Chicken Pot Pie. You eat about half of it and then begin hunting and pecking and then the realization hits –  you’ve been served a white-gravy-filled pie crust. There are no carrots, no peas, and none of […]

Identity Vlog and Hand Waving Work Out
Family / Identity / Life / Parenting

Identity Vlog and Hand Waving Work Out

This past week I had to take a photo of myself for an article because I don’t have any good pictures of me meaning alone, without my children and groomed.  It’s 97 degrees, and I’m outside in a bush…  um, I’m standing in front of nature so with my laptop […]

Happy Mothers’ Day, or How I Learned to Stop Complaining and Love Being Trapped at Home
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Happy Mothers’ Day, or How I Learned to Stop Complaining and Love Being Trapped at Home

Because I recently heard that exposure to greenery erases brain fatigue, I’ve parked myself on the loveseat on my back porch and spent the past fifteen minutes alternating between staring at my backyard’s canopy of trees and reading bits of David Sedaris’ new book, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls. Truth: […]