How To Conquer Your Fears-Kinda

When I was a kid, my mom used to make this amazing cheesecake. “It’s for the adults,” she’d say as she watched me eye the cheesecake while she prepared for an upcoming dinner party. Invariably there’d be a bit leftover, which is where the trouble began. My mom would give us each what seemed like… Read More

When Moms Try To Dress Like Their Daughters

Everywhere we go, someone compliments Margaux on her style.  “Oh, you’re such a fashionista,” a stranger might say noting Margaux’s ability to put two mismatched patterns together, or wear so many accessories she’d never make it through a metal detector without sounding the alarm.  And then there’s the sparkles. And the pink. Oh, there’s always… Read More

Brock Turner, Hillary Clinton & The Best And Worst Time For Women

Hilary Clinton May Become The First Female President

I had intended for this to be graduation week on the blog. Margaux graduated pre-school the other day. Balthazar finished second grade yesterday. Our house is ripe with change and I wanted to write about graduation and change. Because change is hard but change is good, at least that’s what I keep telling my kids. But,… Read More