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This post is sponsored by Disney Story. To find out more about this brand-new story-creation app – and how it puts the power of storytelling in your hands - click here. When I was growing up, my parents took my brother and me to Disneyland every few years. Those are some of my favorite memories of childhood. I couldn’t MORE »
I am a big college sports fan, and I keep up with team news from all around the NCAA. This means I have read MORE than my fair share of stories about players breaking the rules and accepting perks or bribes. It’s always disheartening to hear about players and schools violating ordinances – so many MORE »
When I heard that People Magazine named Gwyneth Paltrow the world’s most beautiful woman for 2013, my first thought, like a lot of people, was, “Oooooh no.” Unlike most people, however, I didn’t react that way because I was outraged at her selection. I reacted that way because I knew she was going to get MORE »
“Do you want me to tie your tubes while I’m in there?” That was what my obstetrician asked me at my last appointment after we’d discussed my c-section. Mike and I looked at each other, totally unsure, and I’m pretty sure both of us stammered, “uhhhhhhh,” until my O.B. suggested we discuss it and let MORE »
As I said to one of my pals earlier today, I can’t imagine a time when I’ll ever say, “I don’t want to watch that Friends episode.” I have seen every episode numerous times over, but I still laugh at every joke like it’s the first time I’ve heard it. I don’t know many people MORE »
Annabel has been three for a couple of months now, and I’ve slowly been introducing her to doing chores. Most are very basic things that I want her to do automatically – put her shoes away, pick up her toys, hang up her one million dress-up items. And then there are a few things that MORE »
Last week, my friend Kristen wrote a tongue-in-cheek post on her blog about being a bit overwhelmed by the spectacle holidays have become. It struck a chord with tons of people, with some firmly agreeing with her and others finding themselves offended. I read her post with the added benefit of actually being friends with MORE »
My grandmother was the QUEEN of April Fool’s jokes, and her family was her favorite target. She also loved making food, so looking back, it makes sense that almost all of her best pranks were food related. My Gram got such a kick out of making us laugh, and we loved her silly jokes on MORE »