Tag: covid19

A Mother’s Manifesto

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Emotions are high. Opinions are fact. Opponents are everywhere. Friends are few. How are we to mother? I can’t answer that question for you,...

Divorced Parents Parenting Through Coronavirus

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Co-parenting is hard.  Unless you’re one of those one-in-a-million divorced people that gets along great with your ex, coronavirus has made co-parenting phenomenally more difficult. A...

Love in the Time of COVID

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COVID has rolled in like a giant wave.  It’s changed us.  Some for the better, some not. There is talk about how it is affecting...

Shows that Make Screen Time Less Shameful

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If you have been momming your way through school closures, camp shutdowns and a playdate-free summer, and you haven’t relaxed your screen time limits,...

I Am Broken In This Moment of Unknown

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I am broken right now. Frozen in a moment of unknown.  My family is right in the middle of a pause.  My hubby lost his job...

Creating Structure in a Cancelled Summer: Time for Camp Mom

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I spent my summers pre-kids working for and running summer camps. I met and fell in love with my husband at camp. Deep down...

What I’ve Learned from my Daughter about Happiness (even during Tough...

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One of the many things I appreciate about children is their ability to be happy and optimistic. I admire their resilience and...

Colorado Shines: Navigating Childcare In Uncertain Times

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These past few months have been unsettling and challenging in ways few of us imagined while toasting to 2020 on New Year's...

Time: Finding Quality in the Quantity

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This pandemic has gifted us all with a lot of time together. We have been doing everything together in my house. No one has...

I am an Essential Worker. So is my Husband. We have...

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Yesterday I broke down for the 20th time in the last month.  Tears of stress and frustration overwhelming me.  Anxiety gripping my chest.  Disappointment...