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Busting the Customary

I was waiting in the car for the last of the three high schoolers to exit the house. The engine was running. The two who were already in the car were moaning over how the third was going to make them all late for first period. I was ready to honk when the tardy kid […]

Thoughts from a Toddler Nose Sherpa

Sometimes, as I cut sandwiches into four little triangles and pour milk into little plastic cups, I wonder how all this mothering of small children has affected who I am. For 16 1/2 years straight, I have had kids small enough to require diapers, car seats, and close monitoring more than an occasional bellow up […]