Who is the primary driver in your household? Do you think this is a “duty” that should be more equally split between partners, or something else?
Do you take meds yourself and have problems remembering if you took them or not? How do you keep track of whether you’ve given meds to a child (especially if another caregiver is involved)?
This time last year, we shared where to find extended sizes for kids’ clothes and talked about weaponized incompetence.
This time last year we talked about what to keep in your diaper bag, and shared the week in the life of a working mom and therapist in the South.
How big is your work wardrobe — how many options do you have for each type of clothing? How did having kids change your work wardrobe?
How much help do you have in your life? Think work assistant, nanny, personal trainer, shopper, or assistant… we’d love to hear them all!
This time last year, we discussed revenge bedtime procrastination, and how to deal with back to school anxiety.
What are your opinions on taking vacations during the school year, readers? Do you plan them without regrets? Do you feel like that’s doable only up until a certain grade (and then, what grade)? Is there a difference in your mind between a day or two here or there, or a full week?
One year ago, we talked about revenge bedtime procrastination and discussed what to consider when deciding how to feed your baby.
How do you handle clothes your kids have outgrown? Are you holding them for a younger sibling? Do you try to resell any of the clothes? Or do you just get ’em out the door as soon as possible?
One year ago, we shared eight kids’ clothing brands with gender-neutral styles, feminist messages, and more; discussed reinventing yourself as a mom; and talked about “upward mobility” as a working mom.
What do you do on the nights when you’re surprised by dinnertime (i.e., it’s 5 PM and no one’s planned anything)? Here’s my new method for making dinner at the last minute that isn’t just ordering pizza…