Monthly Archives: May 2011

Logan Levkoff

Since Memorial Day marks the beginning of the summer season, we decided it was time to heat things up around here. Enter our June Mama of the Month, Dr. Logan Levkoff, recognized expert on sexuality and relationships and woman/wife/mother/friend/daughter/etc. extraordinaire. … Continue reading

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Remembering Isabel

My first child, Isabel, would have turned four years old this month. Instead of having a party to celebrate this milestone with her, we will be visiting her grave site. As I write this, four years later, it is still … Continue reading

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Mom’s Day Off

I am lucky to have very good friends. They are the sort of people who recognize you are up to your armpits in stress, not treading too well, and need to be retrieved with a long pole. So it is … Continue reading

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The Leash, and Who’s Holding It?

Earlier this week a (childless, male) friend posted a link to an article Lenore Skenazy posted on about how for Mother’s Day, mothers should be freed from serving as Sherpas, if just for one day. Lenore, you may know, … Continue reading

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Because being a little mama would be dull without these things…

Babies. Silliness. Laughter. A baby’s pride after a monumental struggle:

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For little mamas everywhere…

Sometimes other people say it so perfectly that the only thing we need to do is introduce their words to you. Here’s too all of you this Mother’s Day and every other day of the year. From Barbara Lazaroff’s piece, … Continue reading

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