Tag Archives: parenthood

Kids are Not Adults – a guest post from Kelly Russell

[Today’s guest post on kids and parenting is from Kelly Russell, the Caffeinated Wanderer. Her growth as a parent will sound familiar to many of us who have either navigated the journey or watched friends who have grown as parents.] … Continue reading

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The One Secret Every Dad Needs To Know About Doing Their Kids’ Hair

Doyin Richards was on paternity leave when his wife was rushing off to work and fretted about not having time to do their daughter’s hair. He told her to leave it to him, and decided her skepticism required some photographic … Continue reading

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Reproductive Technology Is Not A Dirty Word – Ellen Painter Dollar’s No Easy Choice

Family planning In vitro fertilization Preimplantation genetic diagnosis Familiar terms to some, mysterious processes for many. And then come more mysteries: Surrogate mothers forced by husbands to bear children for pay Egg donors lured by high pay for their ovaries’ … Continue reading

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Parental Math

When we had our first child, I figured my wife and I were just about equal to the task. As soon as we had our second I realized we were out numbered: 2 kids > 2 parents. I call this … Continue reading

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