Post Tagged with: "vlog"

On traveling and eating your young
Family / Kids / Parenting / Travel

On traveling and eating your young

When Deborah and I were in Atlanta for SalonLGBTQ, we took some time to record several vlogs for your viewing pleasure. In this vlog, we talk about what we miss about our kids when we travel and yes – we had to think about it for awhile to come up […]

Back to School Tips
Family / Parenting

Back to School Tips

Hello again friends and queers of the village! It’s Vlog Time. During this compelling episode of Vikki’s Stream of Consciousness*, I talk about the kids going back to school and offer some tips about pre-teen boys and their hair. The family picture accompanying this post was taken today as we […]

Making our own definitions
Identity

Making our own definitions

First, I want to thank everyone who considered doing a vlog for VQ’s first Vlog-a-thon.  Multiple people emailed to say they had planned to but ran out of time or were just nervous about getting online.  I get it.  I totally do. Maybe next time and if not, let’s enjoy […]

Get Away
Family / Parenting

Get Away

Sometimes, parents need to get away or maybe I say “some parents” just to make myself feel better and convince myself that I’m not the only one who needs space from my kids. My kids are great. They really are. They are also very present. All the time. All the […]

Identity in 3 Parts with Complimentary Rambling
Family / Identity / Life / Parenting

Identity in 3 Parts with Complimentary Rambling

When I vlog, I like to play the court jester but vlogging about identity was like having the court jester give a State of the Union address. It was hard. I tried to keep the rambling to a minimum and gave you a peek into three big parts of my […]

Identity Vlog: The Love Train Version
Identity / Life

Identity Vlog: The Love Train Version

This week some of us VillageQ People (oh yes, we already have new monikers!) have recorded vlogs riffing on the topic of “identity” and what the identity of VillageQ means to us. Here’s mine, and you just have to try to overlook the fact that you can’t read any of […]