Last week, I traveled to Boston for a charitable giving conference and was lucky enough to squeeze in visits with friends and family too. I’ll always think of my kids as babies, but getting to … Read More
“You’re seven? But you’re so small!!”
I hold back a grimace. My daughters and I are at a trampoline park, and the employee handing them their wristbands has just asked their ages.
Somehow, I … Read More
We’ve all heard the saying, “You are your own harshest critic.” I’ve found this description to be particularly fitting in motherhood. We don’t get traditional performance evaluations for raising human beings. But I often imagine … Read More