The Reluctant Domestic: Daring Greatly at Parenting

By: Lissa Peterson On the way into preschool yesterday morning, I dropped my four-year-old daughter’s backpack on the ground. “Here you go, mommy,” she said, picking it up. “You messed ... Read More

Parenting with a PhD: House Divided

By Kristen Berthiaume: No, this isn’t an article on the pain and suffering caused by living in a split Auburn/Alabama household, although I’m sure there are some cases out there ... Read More

Parenting with a PhD: School Safety

By: Kristen Berthiaume It’s been over a month since the horrible tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and many of us parents are still feeling pretty powerless. We send our ... Read More

The Gray Area: Post-It to SMS

By: Misty Smith The Mayans projected that the world would end in 2012, but we are all still here. As I sit here thinking about the events that took place ... Read More

Parenting with a PhD: Kids and Resolutions

By Kristen Berthiaume: Happy New Year!  Don’t we all love the “starting fresh” feeling that comes around now?  We’ve survived the holiday craziness and have but to enjoy a night ... Read More

Parenting with a PhD: Wish List

By: Kristen Berthiaume In case you haven’t noticed, the holidays are right around the corner.  Like, really soon.  Hopefully, you’ve started your various preparations.  If so, you may have noticed ... Read More

Modern Mommy Madness: Am I A Grinch?

By Harmony Hobbs: Our oldest child is 4 years old and is fully aware that Santa Claus is a make-believe character who we pull out once a year, just for ... Read More

Medical Minute: Coping with Breast Cancer

Overwhelming is one way to put it. Being diagnosed with breast cancer is shocking and scary. As a mother, you have people who need you. It can be so hard ... Read More