Would you continue to tie your child’s shoes for them when they are in middle school because it is easier since you’ve always done it and you can do it better than them?
“No son of mine will ever have his nails painted.” Seriously?!
Don’t tell me my special needs son “looks so normal”.
Despite every bruise, every heartache, I wouldn’t change a thing.
And I have no idea what I’m doing.
Am I so afraid of death that I can’t live my life?
I want them to stand out from a crowd based on their character and inherent goodness, not based on a series of checkmarks on a resume.
If only every passenger on a plane could be this understanding.
“Oh, look at dad with the baby, that’s so nice of him!”
I adopted my daughter myself, as a single mother. But lately, the comments about her “Daddy” keep on coming …
And how we can do better.
Tom’s initial reaction felt right for him, but here he shares why he was wrong.
He’s either gonna be the death of me or the greatest accomplishment of my lifetime.
If you’ve ever Googled tirelessly to find an answer to this one too, then you’ll feel his pain.
In one day, at the end of one year, that whole part of my life disappeared and it felt like maybe it had all been a wonderful dream. Or was this all just a terrible nightmare?