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A Career on Hold

I am 37, and I just got my K-6 teaching certificate in the state of North Carolina. A lot of people wonder why I am just starting out as a new teacher when I am in my late 30’s. It […]

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The Cycle

He's a live wire. An exposed nerve. Raw and throbbing. I'm talking about my 11 year old, Javier. My big kid with expressive eyes the color of molten chocolate More...

The Ties That Bite: Sibling Battles

My mother has a favorite story she likes to tell. According to her, when she was in the thick of raising my sisters and me, she often experienced More...

a mom’s unfinished story {that needs a happy ending}

Several parents who write for this site also contributed to the book Easy to Love but Hard to Raise, whether in the form of personal essays (Penny Williams, Adrienne Bashista, More...

I Left A Child Behind! (How I dropped the ball with my non-ADHD child)

Even though I don't write about the other one much, I really do have two children. One (my 12 year old son, D) has ADHD, the other (my More...

Dinner Table Discoveries: On [Also] Parenting Typical Children

Last night we decided to have breakfast for dinner: eggs, turkey sausage, sauteed kale, grits, biscuits and homemade jam. Who would think this setting would illustrate so clearly More...

Cross another school year off the list

It seems super fast, but my daughter is now officially a high school freshman and Joe completed sixth grade with flying colors. Both had their end-of-year awards programs More...

GUEST POST: An ADHD Sister’s Point of View: Looking into ADHD

Editor's Note: I was so impressed by Elena's compassion for her ADHD brother and the fact that she based her science project on ADHD in order to understand More...

The Puddle: A meltdown only this kind of mom can survive.

Saturday was a wonderful family day for the Williams. We had a busy day planned. We were attending my niece’s birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese that afternoon More...

It’s all in the family: The Clark Kent Chronicles

Clark and family, circa 2007 (middle school) We have ADHD at our house.  Well, technically Clark has ADHD, but he shares. Sometimes he shares in a good way, and sometimes More...

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