Moms & Dads

How I Started My Own Business After Having Kids

How I Started My Own Business After Having Kids

By Guest Blogger Sydney D. Richardson, Ph. D. I come from a family of entrepreneurs. My grandmother decided that she no longer wanted to be a maid, so she got her cosmetology license and opened her own salon. She retired when she was around 80 years old. My mother...

Making Time for Intimacy During a Pandemic

Making Time for Intimacy During a Pandemic

By Guest Blogger Gray Moulton, LMFT, PLLC It’s a question I have been asked numerous times over the last six months, “How do we manage sex during Covid 19 quarantining with the kids?” Now some of you might be thinking, “Sex?!? Are you serious? My partner is driving me...

Open Letter on Virtual Learning from a Frazzled Mom

Open Letter on Virtual Learning from a Frazzled Mom

By TMoM team member Kelly Hines Dear Principals Everywhere, First of all, let me say THANK YOU. For real, my gosh. This whole e-learning thing has really thrown a monkey wrench in everything, and I really appreciate all the teachers and staff have done to try to keep...

Quarantine Puppy Tales

Quarantine Puppy Tales

By TMoM Team Member Laura Simon Yep, I got a quarantine puppy. So did approximately 67 percent of America, so please don’t judge. What else are you supposed to do when faced by day after unrelenting day…at home? Besides, I’ve wanted a dog for 15 years. This wasn’t a...

Ellen’s Book Nook — September 2020: Favorite Cookbooks

Ellen’s Book Nook — September 2020: Favorite Cookbooks

By Guest Blogger Ellen Bryant Lloyd  I love to cook. I enjoy following recipes that intrigue me and making up new creations from an assortment of items in my refrigerator and pantry. For me, time spent in the kitchen is fun, relaxing and fulfilling. I remember...

Trying Times At An E-learning Center

Trying Times At An E-learning Center

By Guest Blogger Julie Fritz Can we be honest for a minute? E-learning is hard. It’s hard for parents, it’s hard for teachers, hard for counselors, and hard for students. Nothing about our children being in a virtual classroom for the first nine weeks of school is...

Surviving Deployments with 4 Kids

Surviving Deployments with 4 Kids

By Guest Blogger Meka Harrell, author of the blog Hanging with the Harrells On this day, I can't help but think about my husband. Currently we are halfway through his deployment. He left the states with 3 kids and a pregnant wife, come November he will be able to meet...

Co-Parenting Effectively After Divorce

Co-Parenting Effectively After Divorce

­By Guest Blogger Camila Dos Santos, M.Ed., HRI Program Coordinator The Healthy Relationships Initiative promotes happy, healthy, and safe relationships of all kinds and provides resources for marriages in distress. But when divorce is the healthiest way forward, how...

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