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Saying Yes to Help :: More Difficult Than it Sounds

Almost four years ago, Charleigh June made me a mother for the very first time. We had waited a long time for that day, and I was determined to be the Best Mommy Ever.  I wanted to be SuperMom, and do every single thing by myself.  But the truth was, I was struggling, losing bits […]

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The Divorce Cat

I said I’d never get a cat.  As a self-declared cat-hater, I swore there would never be one in my home. Except for one random Sunday afternoon I ended up inviting over a lady with a crate of four kittens, and she walked out of my house with only three. I named her Moxie, after […]

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A View from the Other Side

This is a sponsored post with our partner Casting Duo. We all do it. We scroll through social media looking at perfectly curated profiles of other moms with their clean homes, educational crafts for their children, and a colorful dinner on the table (which their perfect children are eating, or course). You know deep down […]

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Atlanta Day Date Ideas

Atlanta Day Date Ideas

I love a good date night. Atlanta has a great nightlife and it seems like there is always a concert to attend, a special event going on, or a new restaurant to try. However, with a toddler and a baby on the way, I recognize date nights will get harder to plan and make happen. That’s […]

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Love in the Time of Toddlers

Do you remember the days before children? When Valentine’s Day meant your partner spoiled you with roses and fine jewelry? Maybe they showered you with attention and took you out to the fanciest restaurant in town. Date nights involved wine, romance, and stays at beautiful hotels. Spontaneity was half of the fun. Saturday nights and […]

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5 Ways to Help Your Kids Overcome Fear of the Dentist

As a dentist, I’ve gotten used to people not wanting to spend time with me. The prospect of someone rooting around in your mouth, using a drill, or administering a shot is unpleasant—and I understand why many feel anxious. Instead of taking it personally, I use the opportunity to help my patients learn to cope […]

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