LaRee Florence didn't plan on becoming an award-winning theater director. All she asked is, "What is needed?" Turns out her daughter needed to become an actress, and her community needed a family-friendly youth theater company.
Remember what a great mom you were when you were pregnant with your first child? Life B.C. (Before Children) was full of hope and promise. Then your baby was born and real life began, bringing with it the inevitable struggles of life no mother escapes.
I’ve already spent far too much of my life’s energy focusing on the negative. I want to spend as much of the rest of my life telling a a story of gratitude, a story of optimism, a story that focuses on all the beauty, joy, and love surrounding me every day.
My friend’s tense response to passive-aggressive criticism led me to rethink the way I verbalize my opinions and form judgments about other mothers.
I'm not a marathon runner, even though many of my loved ones are. But whether we've run 26 miles or simply held it together for 26 minutes, I think we can all appreciate this touching story told by Janeen Wright.
I could have thrown down the camera that Sunday afternoon and walked away...I could have been disappointed I didn't have any “picture-perfect” photos. But instead, what do I have? I have a wonderful, accurate portrayal of my life that I will treasure for years. I'm learning it isn’t about getting what you want, it...
Have you ever seen a Boy Scout proudly displaying all of the merit badges he has earned? Do you ever feel like we should earn merit badges for all of the amazing feats we accomplish as mothers?
Do you ever feel like you're in a tunnel, and life as a mother just feels dark, low, and uncertain? Here are my very best ideas for making those tunnels into refining moments that are full of light.
Moms have enough to worry about. Do we really need to put "be hot and sexy" on our list as well?
Kristen Olsen is new to motherhood, but she's already got one thing down: she's learned not to compare her lowlights with other mothers' highlights.
Millennial Moms are a generation with the world at their fingertips and the future in their arms. To which do you devote your best efforts? Author Daisy Phillips encourages mindfulness of the power and perils of technology and motherhood.