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My Daughter asked me why she can't be a boy.

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E. G. asks from New York - I'm a mess. This question is more to help me than anything else. I was an only child so I have no references. This is probably the second/third time in six years that my 10 year old daughter told me she wanted to be a boy. She's a definite tom-boy. Reall great at spor...
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Both kids in school. Now what?

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C. S. asks from Rockford - I can't believe the time has finally come that both of my kids will be in school all day. So now what??? I have a few hobbies and enjoy working out but I'm sure after a month or two of that I'll be bored to tears. What have other moms done once the kids are off to full da...
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Thanks!

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m. o. asks from McKinney - Thanks for the advice
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Sales at furniture stores

5 hours ago -

J. S. asks from Kalamazoo - Does anyone know if/when Room & Board does sofa sales? For example, I know Crate &Barrel does them 2x a year (just did one in August). Thx!
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Did I Do Enough?

September 1, 2014

Last night, after gingerly sneaking out of my sleeping son’s room to the familiar sounds of his gentle snores, the quiet creakiness of a house after dark (and my guilt for leaving him while he’s asleep and unable to protest) I retreated to my office to write. I needed the soothing taptaptap of my keyboard. I needed the quiet, and a glass of wine. I needed to figure out why, with all of the amazing fun that Tucker and I have had this summer… I felt so damned sad….More

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The Moment I Stopped Caring About My Weight

August 31, 2014

In college I was a svelte 130 pounds. I could wear anything and look like a waif. I could eat buckets of ice cream or live on black coffee and cigarettes, it didn’t matter because my weight was seemingly never more than an ounce over 130 lbs. Life was pretty good….More

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How would you feel about this? how would you react?

August 29, 2014 -

K. E. asks from Washington Depot - I came home today and my 18 year old (high school senior) son was leaving a phone message, but it was not a nice one. The whole Story: My son checked his phone this morning and there was a voicemail on it, when he listened to it, it was from a boy he used to go to sch...
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My son is having some problems. Any advice?

August 29, 2014 -

K. E. asks from Washington Depot - This may be quite long, but please bare with me, I need some advice or insight. He has a younger brother who lives with his father. My two children did not have an easy time growing up, the financial situation was very difficult, so we did not live in the nicest of ho...
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Where is It? Hold On, Let Me Check My Uterus!

August 30, 2014

For some reason, men can’t seem to find things. Maybe it’s because they’re usually focused on other things; like what’s in their pants… or getting into yours….More

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Freedom of opinion and your children

August 28, 2014 -

K. E. asks from Washington Depot - Naturally as parents we tend to raise our children with our own views politically or religiously, but of course as they get older, they will look into these things on their own. So hypothetically how would you feel and react in the following situations? 1.) Your son...
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Awesome Graduation Gifts

August 27, 2014 - List

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How to Get The Picture-Perfect Family Holiday Photo

New York:
December 12, 2010

Sitting in Central Park this weekend, I watched as a professional photographer brought her clients to a picture-perfect hideaway for the classic holiday card photo shoot. The little munchkins and their parents, all dressed up in holiday-wear, were positioned in just the right way and instructed to say “cheese” for the camera. Let’s face it. This photo is important. It represents an entire year of existence and growth for the family, as it is mailed out to close friends and family….More

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Take a Bite Out of Big Apple Food Costs

New York:
November 18, 2010

Even though New Yorkers pay some of the highest prices for food in the country, we are blessed with a few special resources that can help us chomp away at that giant grocery bill….More

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