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Maybe you have time to scour Pinterest for healthy recipes and beautiful home decor. I do not. And let's be honest, even if I did, I'm too lazy to waste valuable free time "working" at home management. I'd much rather binge watch The Walking Dead while binge eating Reese's Cups.
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My children, like many lucky kids, have an amazing auntie. She's the kind of aunt who comes along on road trips, takes my kids for the weekend, buys thoughtful gifts, and organizes living-room dance parties whenever she's over. My children love their Auntie Katy, and my husband (her brother) and I need her.
Summer is finally here: Sunday barbecues, family vacations, and half-day Fridays. Everyone loves summer, right? Except every once in a while, you'll run into moms who dread summer -- at least a little. Give a busy and tired mom a break like I did. You'll be surprised at how much fun it can be!
We are fooling ourselves if we think that full-day kindergarten is anything more than a glorified babysitting service. A four- or five-year-old child may benefit from a few hours of schooling each day, but six hours straight? Is this really for the benefit of the child, or the parents and well-paid teaching staff?
Changing a diaper on a teddy bear or a life-sized baby doll is nothing like changing the diaper on a real life, pooping baby. To replicate this activity without borrowing an actual baby, try stuffing an angry octopus into a small plastic bag. About 14 times. For one change. And if you think the squid ink is bad, well...