You’ve probably never heard of “Loving Day,” but I’m sure you know of someone in your life whom it aims to celebrate. “Loving Day” was created to honor mixed-raced couples and to shine light upon the progress our society has made regarding the issue. It’s celebrated by many across the country (Find a celebration […]
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We are not experts, but we’ve learned a lot over the past several years and have stepped into a gracious place of peace with our finances.
Being married for over 12 years now, I have learned a few things that work for my marriage. Here are some “daily clean up” tactics that work for us.
While the geeks may get passed over in high school, I think that really the brains and heart behind those dorky glasses is really something special.
I was crushed. My entire body was numb. She got up and left the room, and there I sat, all alone in my paper gown on the cold examination table.
The hurdles to parenting sometimes solo are both emotional, as well as logistical. The irregularity can hurt the family unit without some careful planning.
My husband and I don’t go on many dates. However, when we do, we try to find unique activities that aren’t the typical “dinner and a movie”.
Sometimes Team Parent will have things to discuss that are not for our kids’ ears, so we will use our secret codes to circumvent them.
Here are 10 fun ideas to turn your sweet summertime date into a low-stress, low-cost, fun and enjoyable time with your significant other.
Dear Husband, Here’s what I really want for Mother’s Day: Experiences rather than things. Thanks for helping me be the best mom I can be.