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She is, she says, a big girl. I agree, sort of, especially if I look back at pictures of those first days, or even of a year ago. >>read more
by Kate Washington :: column added on 2009-02-14
I started writing this column before Ruby's first year, Izzy's third year, and with an inkling already in the pit of my stomach that my marriage was not what I'd hoped. >>read more
by Renee Cashmere :: column added on 2009-02-15
I don't want to squelch their imaginations. But the four of them do move through the house like a compact tornado, changing direction faster than I can track. I'm living in a pit of creative playthings, and there's nowhere to set down my teacup. >>read more
by Melissa Wilkins :: column added on 2009-02-15
Maybe what we mean to say is, "I don't want to do what she does" because if we truly wanted it, we'd start doing it, wouldn't we? >>read more
by Heather Cori :: column added on 2009-02-14
She's creatively coasting. Most of us tell ourselves we'll never do this, but that's before we have to pay tuition or doctor's bills. >>read more
by Jennifer New :: column added on 2009-01-31
The problem with me and most of the other eco-wannabes I know is that in our damnable earnestness, we can't ever really listen to what anyone else is talking about. >>read more
by Kenna Lee-Ribas :: column added on 2009-01-31
We are a family of immigrants and children of immigrants, who suffer from geographic dispersion -- distant and different, migratory paths. >>read more
by Anjali Enjeti-Sydow :: column added on 2009-01-18
...we never really directly said anything about the lives we led, the decisions that have pulled us apart and brought us together, but we touched, we hugged, my hands always on his. >>read more
by Tomas Moniz :: column added on 2009-01-04
How did women do it? I didn't want to think about Sylvia Plath, even though there were many days when I could too easily empathize. I wanted, instead, a role model. >>read more
by Jennifer New :: column added on 2009-01-04
People can't obsess as much over their children if they are working their asses off, either physically not present or too tired to correct behavior and control environment constantly. >>read more
by Renee Cashmere :: column added on 2009-01-03

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