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Building Success

This is one of this week's new posts on Food for My Daughters. Each post includes a story, tip, and recipe. The site also offers helpful videos, and more. Story: I saw a post on Twitter about a first harvest from a garden being grown...Show More Summary

Growing Citizens

This is one of this week's new posts on Food for My Daughters. Each post includes a story, tip, and recipe. The site also offers helpful videos, and more. Story: So I was driving home from getting new bike tires (every 26 years, whether I need them or not!) (note: I needed them), when I passed this stunning front yard food garden. Show More Summary

Saturday Afternoon Open Thread

My daughter has several aquariums — she probably has a total of 200 gallons under aqua-cultivation in various parts of the house. I think my favorite fish is this puffer: Looka that face! And the pretty pattern! His eyes move independently, like a chameleon, and he appears to have nostrils (or something — do fish […]


(John Hinderaker) Last night my wife and I, along with two of our adult daughters, saw the documentary Weiner. The film was shot during Anthony Weiner’s campaign in the Democratic primary for mayor of New York. It offers an extraordinary look at a candidate and a campaign in the midst of an implosion. Show More Summary

Super cute Iwacko erasers

yesterdayHumor / odd : Boing Boing

My daughter loves these darling Iwacko erasers, and I kinda do too. You can get a random bag of 30 for $12! These erasers are great quick gifts, or party favors. 30 Assorted Iwako Eraser - Animal Collection (30 items will be randomly selected from image shown) via Amazon

Let This Devastating Photo Serve as a Reminder That Not Vaccinating Your Child Affects Other Kids

"So I wasn't going to do this, but I think people need to see what not vaccinating their kids does to the OTHER kids, like my 6-week-old daughter," starts Annie Mae Braiden's Facebook post, which acts as a plea to all antivaxxer parents. Show More Summary

My Child Has a Bestie, and I Might Be a Little Jealous

I take pride in knowing that I'm the object of my daughter's affection. I get the unbreakable crab hugs and the triple kisses. I am provider of facts, art critic, and style guide. I know where the hair things are, where the chocolate is hidden, and when school is serving sloppy joes. Show More Summary

North West & Penelope Disick Donate A 'Truck Load' Of My Little Pony Toys To A Local Children's Hospital — Aww!

Kourtney Kardashian and Kim Kardashian West are raising two generous little girls. As we previously reported, the KUWTK starlets' daughters North West and Penelope Disick had a joint, mermaid-themed birthday party over the weekend. Well it seems the celebrations were more than just about cake and good times as the two birthday girls made sure to [...]

Grief and Letting Go: Accepting What Is to Regain Peace of Mind

The following post is adapted from DEATH AND LETTING GO (Montague Press) by Ellen Tadd. When my daughter Laura was ten years old, a dog she loved named Adam died unexpectedly. She became extremely upset, grieving and crying about him, and had difficulty accepting his death. Show More Summary

Feature Friday: iPhone Hearing Test

Last week in a blog post, I wrote: My daughter’s iPhone can’t deliver a strep test to her, yet. But it can deliver an eye exam and a hearing test. So I thought I would showcase one of these iPhone based medical tests on feature friday today. If you download an app on your iPhone […]

Brown Paper Bag Animal Crowns

Since my daughter started Prep, I have a stack of brown paper bags, ready for when she orders tuckshop. We have a reusable bag that is used each week for tuckshop, but because the preppies are a little young to go to the tuckshop by themselves, they get their’s delivered to their classroom. Their hot and […]

Finding Dory Movie Review

I glanced over to my husband to the left of me and then over to the right to my daughter. All three of us had tears streaming, STREAMING down our cheeks. What’s going on Disney/Pixar! You’re making us cry. We’ve been waiting 13 long years for the sequel to the hit film Finding Nemo (released in […]

Op-Ed Contributor: What One Rape Cost Our Family

A reckoning illustrates the depths of my daughter’s devastation.

The One (Simple) Thing We Can Do to Protect Our Daughters

"What?!" The words came out of my mouth before I had a chance to consider my audience. Standing in the crowded check out line at the local grocery store, my two-year-old daughter's tiny voice cut through the high pitched beeps of the scanner and the scattered conversation of the dozen or so people standing nearby. Show More Summary

My Daughter Is Obsessed With the Father She Doesn’t Have

I adopted my daughter myself, as a single mother. But lately, the comments about her "Daddy" keep on coming... The post My Daughter Is Obsessed With the Father She Doesn’t Have appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Help! My 5-Year-Old Hates Networking And Cocktail Parties. (I Mean Playgroups And Birthday Parties)

Sometimes I felt like I was living in the movie Groundhog Day, but I was always backstage at the Tony Awards. Every night the same show, with the words, "wait, can I do that one more time" coming from my daughter's mouth as she pleaded for another do over. Show More Summary

3 Things My Puppy Taught Me About Happiness.

Tomorrow is our puppy Barnaby’s first birthday! But tomorrow we’ll be driving my daughter to summer camp in Maine, so we’re celebrating today. (Quick question: When is a puppy no longer a “puppy?” When he’s a year old?) As I wrote about here, and talked about on the podcast in episodes 24 and 27, I really debated about whether to get a dog. Show More Summary

Awesome bento lunch jars

3 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

I'm pretty excited about these super convenient bento-style lunch jars. I was acting as a volunteer chaperone on my daughter's 3rd grade field trip to the sewage treatment plant, when I saw this most wonderful lunch box. All the eager...Show More Summary

Well Fed: Breastfeeding in Literature

For the first months of my daughter's life, when I was nursing a lot more often and for longer sessions, I depended on TV and books to keep me sane. The post Well Fed: Breastfeeding in Literature appeared first on The Millions.

'My Only Child Can't Make Friends And I'm So Frustrated I Want To Move'

Reader Only Child Mom writes, I have one daughter (cannot have more children) and really need some advice because her situation is very different from my childhood experience. I am the youngest of four siblings and also grew up with neighbors and cousins to play with. My husband and I moved when my daughter was two (she is now 7) because of my job. Show More Summary

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