I’m in heaven. There’s no other way to describe it. I’m on the vacation of a lifetime, on a megayacht sailing around the French Riviera—Naples, Nice, Puerto Cervo, Capri, Portofino, Antibes, Saint Tropez, and Cannes. My days consist of sleeping in, frolicking in the sun, exploring the wonders of this clear, luring water, flirting withContinue reading “3 Lessons Mom Learned on the Vacation of a Lifetime”
Why yes, yes you are privileged. We all are to some degree, depending on who you are, where you live, what you want and a host of other variables. There’s never enough conversation about the role privilege plays when it comes to getting ahead in life. Too many people believe it has no impact andContinue reading “New Quiz: Are You Privileged?”
“Raising A Rukus” is a first-of-its-kind series in virtual reality (VR) and it’s awesome! The 12-minute computer-animated film is packed with beautiful, colorful imagery and heart-warming adventure into different worlds. It felt like I was in a vibrantly colored piece of art. Even more, it was good, quick, clean, family fun.
The other day at DryBar, the eight-year-old noticed a gift card with “Lucky Bi*ch” inscribed on the front. “That’s weird,” she said with a confused expression. She knows the “B” word isn’t a nice word. I was silent. I should have told her that sometimes adults use bad words in unique and affectionate ways, and thatContinue reading “Four Things NOT to Do When Your Kid Says a Bad Word”
I vividly remember my kids needing late-night car rides to help them sleep as babies. Fortunately, my husband was a trooper. Andre, barely awake, would throw on sweats and a hoodie, wrap up the baby, grab his keys and head out for the night. The hum and vibration of the car always did the job, night afterContinue reading “Driving Around To Get Baby To Sleep? This Could Change Your Life!”
This morning was brutal. Like other parents, we had to tell our children that Trump would become our next president. They were confused and had a lot of questions, even at their tender ages, and it was hard to put on an “everything is okay” face.