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Can Women Really Have Everything?

When I got married, back in the dark ages, I figured everything would be ducky. Good for him. Good for me.We were equally smart and equally ambitious. He’d have a challenging job and be successful. I’d do important work and … Continue reading

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Triple Coupons? Or the White House?

“I want my girls to comfortable with themselves whether they are at the White House or doing triple coupons a the Winn-Dixie.” Not sure where I come up with that notion, but it was always one of my parenting goals. … Continue reading

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“The Pink or the Blue?”

“Which shirt would you like,” says the Mom to her tween daughter, “the pink or the blue?” “I want both.” “You choose,” says mom, “the pink or the blue.” “I want them both!” “Then we won’t get either.” I’m walking … Continue reading

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My Child is not Spoiled

It’s morning rush hour in front of my house….Just look at all those cars, will you? Nope, I am not passing out hot chocolate. Those are mommies, and the occasional daddies, sitting in their cars with precious little ones waiting … Continue reading

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Another moral crisis…

Been getting lots of in-person comments—Thank you, Julie, Melinda, all the others–on the “moral crisis” post wherein I suffered a guilty conscience over not paying for a yoga class. (Issue resolved a week later, in case you missed it and … Continue reading

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