Camila was busy in the dinning room painting a plastic bracelet and embellishing it with rhinestones while I was in my bedroom hurriedly packing a carry-on for a trip I had to take in just a few hours. I heard her little feet run to the room while she screamed, “Mami, I kissed Roberto!”* Before MORE »
My son is in fifth grade and just went on an exciting adventure: a four night school trip to our country’s capital. For the first time he boarded a plane without his family. Yes, I felt like crying. I’m happy for him but there’s a part of me that just feels he grew up too MORE »
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. My children have written so many cards to me that I’ve lost count. I treasure every message, every drawing, and every letter I have collected over the years. MORE »
My mom was 22 when I was born. She gave birth in a strange country, miles away from what had been her home in Chile, and gave me the gift of opportunities. She allowed me to call her by her first name, Doris, and as a preschooler, she let me pick out my clothes. She MORE »
My knuckles had turned white. I hadn’t realized how hard I was clasping my hands together until I heard the captain announce we had reached 33,000 feet up in the air. As a frequent flyer, this surprised me even more. I have been hopping on and off planes since I was a baby. Life, motherhood MORE »
I remember the first time I thought of myself being divorced, tears rolled down my cheeks. I felt sorry for me. I was angry and disappointed. There are always two sides to every story, so I’ll avoid making personal comments about why I got divorced. In the most general terms, my ex-husband and I were MORE »
As soon as I read the headline and the lede, I cringed. I know Katherine Stone. What could have been a wonderful opportunity for her has made her feel like crawling under a rock and had her apologizing to husbands and mom bloggers everywhere. Thanks to the Wall Street Journal, I learned that the social MORE »
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