With the right tools, juicing is a quick, minimally messy, super easy way to get fresh vitamins and nutrients into my picky toddler — who would never eat a whole, raw zucchini but has yet to balk at drinking one. It’s so easy, in fact, it can be broken down into three steps: assemble, wash, […]
Author Archive | Diana
You cooked and baked with us. You took us fishing. You kept on top of our schoolwork, ensuring we studied and did our projects on time. You taught us to drive a stick-shift car in the empty high school parking lot. You met first dates at the door with a stern, sometimes fumbling, always cautious […]
I know you feel overwhelmed, frustrated, and tired. I know it seems like an insurmountable task when you’re in full-on Nurse Mommy mode. Take a deep breath, mama. You’ve got this. And I know you’ll survive it, because we did.
I realize an under-hand feed is the visual equivalent to nails on a chalkboard for some, but here’s the hard truth: No matter how the paper unrolls, it gets the job done.
The bereaved is consoled to think that one day she may glance over at her daughters to find her sacrifice — of time, energy, and mental and physical self — has paid out in the blossoming of strong, driven young women. Until that day, the loss feels as endless as the diaper changes.
Ever wondered what to pair with your candy after you’ve taken that Halloween tax from the kiddos? We’ve tested and tasted and found just the right combo to chase down those Hershey bars . . .
This post aims to neither boast nor judge. Let me instead share some guidelines at the core of my habitual cleanliness. Maybe you can adopt them and adjust the way you treat your car. Or, maybe you can brush them aside like so many granola crumbs from the driver’s seat. To each, her own.