Mom-Guilt Season Is Upon Us.

I really hate writing anything that divides "working" and "stay at home" moms — both using air quotes because we all work hard and we all care for our homes. But there is one season that really brings out my working mom guilt—and, hint-hint, it's the same as swimsuit season, which is just plain unfair. Summer! …

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I’m overdoing it. There, I said it.

Last week I sat in my car after leaving Kohl's where I was fast and furiously gathering last minute accessories for my sister's wedding on my lunch break. Shoes and jewelry to match my dress, and coordinating outfits for three miniature humans with very different styles. I finished at Kohl's and needed to run into …

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Why Writing This—Right Now—Matters To Me.

Once upon a time I drafted about a half of a book titled, What to Expect When You Weren't Expecting. I wrote it just after I had my first baby, and it was about dealing with the (shocking, emotional, painful, vomit-filled) truths of pregnancy, and the gut-wrenching feeling of faking thrilledness for a surprise bundle …

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