Guest Blog: What It’s Really Like to Have Twins at 50 by Tami Green
October 16th, 2015
My absolutely, positively, adorable, twin girls are feeding me baby carrots. They are seriously cute, and they are my best little friends, but it was hard as hell to have them at my age.
They are not my only children. Nor are they the only babies I had “later in life.” ...
GUEST BLOG POST: Rescuing Julia Twice by Tina Traster
April 25th, 2014
Julia got off the school bus and bounded down our path with her usual verve. Right away she knew something was wrong when she came inside. I was sitting on a bench in our foyer, white as a ghost, looking shell-shocked.
“What's wrong Mommy?” she asked.
“I have some bad test results,” ...
Bloomin’ Mom: The Most Wonderful Time of The Year – By Catrina Chatelain, MLTS Blogger
December 17th, 2012
Despite the stress that is second nature to the holiday season, it remains my favorite time of year. For our family, it begins the night before Thanksgiving, when we kick-off the five or six week long celebration with a great bottle of wine and a 24-hour cooking session. It then ...
Creating a Legacy by Robin Gorman Newman
October 19th, 2012
[caption id="attachment_8333" align="alignleft" width="103" caption="Kristin Chenoweth (photo by Getty Images)"][/caption]Though I feel like I have much on my plate these days, I spent a lovely afternoon with a close friend this week attending a very inspiring event in NYC. Originally we both feared it might be depressing, but didn't share ...
I Hope She is Proud of Me by Stacey Honowitz
May 13th, 2012
On this mothers day weekend, I have one question to ask. I want to know if my daughter will be proud of me when she is old enough to understand who I really am. Do you ever wonder what your child really thinks of you? Aside from the usual teenage antics that ...