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The Day I Cried at Chick-fil-A

I cried at Chick-fil-A today. I went there to eat my feelings, but instead I ended up making everyone around me exceptionally uncomfortable.  I fully believe that Chick-fil-A is a place to be happy. To eat the Lord’s Chicken, to lick Chick-fil-A sauce directly from the perfectly portioned container and to drink three lemonades while […]

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Back to School: The Home School Edition

How in the name of summer time is it back-to-school season already?! Please tell me I’m not the only one who feels like she blinked and the lazy days of summer vanished. No seriously, validaaate meeeeee. You might not believe it, but ‘back to school’ looks remarkably similar for home-schooled families and traditional-school families alike. […]

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Parenting in a Villageless Society

  Finding your way when a village doesn’t exist Perhaps it’s one of those nostalgic, rose-colored glasses perspectives, but it often feels like the days when parents had an established village was a lot less overwhelming than modern-day parenting. That’s not to say parents — moms especially — never experienced stress or frustration in their own […]

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August Book Club: Little Fires Everywhere

Parents know that rules are necessary. Rules keep order in the chaos of raising children; they provide structure and expectations; they are the yardstick to measure anything from behavior to development. Rules are a guideline to life. In Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng, rules are the foundation of Shaker Heights and its community. Now […]

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Back to School For (Food) Allergy Moms

Back to school is a busy time with buying school supplies, sports physicals, teacher meetings, open houses, clothes shopping and more. But if you’re the parent of an allergy child, you have additional tasks; trips to the allergist, putting together an allergy action plan, meetings with the school nurse and teachers, prepping EpiPens, Benadryl, inhalers…  […]

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