Parenting ADHD: 6 Things I Wish I Had Known

By Debbie Gisle

My oldest has ADHD.  We hit eight years old and man did I need help parenting a child with ADHD.  I reached out to other moms but all shared a resounding “I'm just trying to survive” mentality. Parenting ADHD is difficult. Four years later, here are six things (from one struggling mom to anoth... Read More

The 7 Types of Moms I’m Grateful For

By Rachael Herrscher

We need all kinds to make the world go round. And I need all kinds of different moms in my world to help me be better at this big crazy job of motherhood. The one that I was pregnant with. Remember that one time I showed up on your porch when I was pregnant with my first. Crying. For no ap... Read More

3 Ways Breastfeeding Can Fail You

By Jaimee Preston

  By now you've probably figured it out. Breastfeeding is suppose to be the "Holy Grail" of motherhood. If the motto "breast is best" isn't already engraved in your brain, give it time new mamas. But this isn't about praising breastfeeding nor negating mamas who've made other choices for thei... Read More

My Son, AKA, The Little Vampire, is Now a Biter

By Shannon Breuner Nelson

After my son was born, I wrote a little post called My Son, AKA, The Little Vampire.  He was a crazy, crazy, CRAZY big eater. He was one month old when I wrote that post.  Today is his five month birthday. The little vampire just started in on his introduction to rice cereal, and he is WILD ... Read More

The 8 Best Spiritual Sound Bites of Graduation Advice

By Therese Borchard

I can't remember all the speeches at my commencement ceremony. But I do remember looking up on the stage to see my best friend, the valedictorian of our class, sitting there among all the luminaries, and wondering how in the world she did that when English was her second language. It still blows me ... Read More