The first week of May marks the start of farmers market season in many cities and towns. Weekly farmers markets are a wonderful learning experience for all members of the family, but children may take particular pleasure in the unfamiliar sights and sounds that surround them at the market. They can also learn a great deal, including the following:Read Full Story
Last month you likely sympathized with Jade Ruthven, the Australian mother whose Facebook friends ruthlessly demanded she stop posting every little thing her 6-month-old daughter did, ate and wore. They didn't just corner her, Mean Girls style, at a "Mommy and Me" class, no. They sent her a letter, semi-anonymously. I say "semi" because even though they didn't sign the letter, it was clear who sent it.Read Full Story
This is probably one of the easiest and most difficult things I've written in my life. Easy because it's about Baltimore – a city so charming it’s been nicknamed “Charm City.” Difficult because it’s also about injustice, violence and uncertainty for the black and even bi-racial youths of our country.Read Full Story
This exact conversation has occurred between me and my husband no less than 100 times after having two babies: "What do you think is wrong with him? He's really fussy, he's waking up all the time and I can't make him happy." "He's probably teething."Read Full Story
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